Bryony Corrigan

Bryony Corrigan

Bryony trained at LAMDA, graduating in 2014.  She was also a member of the National Youth Theatre from 2007 to 2014.

Theatre includes: Sandra in The Play That Goes Wrong (Kenny Wax Productions/ Duchess Theatre), How I Learned to Drive (Southwark Playhouse), 'Lights! Camera! Improvise!' (Trafalgar Studios/Arcola Theatre/ Duchess Theatre for Mischief Theatre), Shakespeare for Breakfast: Macbeth (Edinburgh Fringe), This Is Soap (Edinburgh Fringe) and The Exclusion Zone (Southwark Playhouse).

Television includes: Holby City, Inspector George Gently and Downton Abbey. Short film: Libby in Tiny Bible and Janet in Untenanted.

Bryony is a member of Mischief Theatre Company.

5 stars “Joyful disasters from comedy masters. GORGEOUS!”

“Ridiculously funny, cleverly structured and the hard work of the cast and production crew certainly pays off”

5 stars “Technically challenging and hilariously funny. We were in tears of laughter”

4 stars “Hilarious confusion. The physical comedy really tickles the ribs”

5 stars “This is a comic creation dripping with ideas, all made to look so effortless”

5 stars “A must see. I can see us talking about it for a long time to come”

“A total triumph. The needle on the laughometer is overworked to breaking point”