Adam is also a writer, composer and lyricist – his musical (National Theatre, Bristol Old Vic, Sheffield Crucible, Oxford Playhouse, BAC, Drill Hall, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, appearances on The Verb for BBC Radio and international tours since 2006 – also festival appearances including Latitude, Hay, Litchfield, Holmfirth, Second City Toronto and Elsinore Castle Denmark.) In collaboration with Ken Campbell and Canada’s legendary Die – Nasty company Sean helped develop the epic improvathon format in the UK including in December 2013.
Sean has been a professional teacher for over twenty years, and since 2006 has taught improvisation at The Oxford School Of Drama and projects at East 15, Mountview, London Film School, RAM, University of Toronto, Memorial University Newfoundland (with Mary Walsh), Rapid Fire Theatre Edmonton and NKF Bergen. Sean teaches and performs at improvisation festivals worldwide including Edmonton, Toronto, Wiesbaden, Wurzburg, Amsterdam, Milan, Turin, Rome and Vienna.
and artistic director of Extempore, a company dedicated to innovation and improvisation.
He has improvised at The Royal National Theatre, The Royal Court Theatre, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, The Royal Albert Hall, Soho Theatre, for BBC television and radio, and in eleven countries worldwide.
From 2004-2008, Adam enjoyed a close collaboration with legendary theatre maverick Ken Campbell, creating , the UK’s only professional international improvisation festival (Bristol Old Vic Theatre).
He has been improvising for 15 years, since his first shows as a student with Edinburgh University’s resident troupe , as well as shows at Polka Theatre, Bristol Old Vic, The Nuffield, Leicester Haymarket, The Mermaid and panto at Stratford East.For sheer madcappery, refreshingly wholesome, good-natured musical slapstick, this musical high-wire act is hard to beat.since the beginning, performing most recently at The Pleasance Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Udderbelly Southbank, SOTA Singapore, Hong Kong Theatre for Performing Arts, Waterfront Hall Belfast and Theatre 140 Brussels.From 2004-2013 he ran the , the UK’s first annual festival of horror theatre and Grand Guignol (Union Theatre, Southwark Playhouse and Soho Theatre).
The controversial event launched world premiers by writers including Mark Ravenhill, Neil La Bute, Anthony Neilson, April De Angelis, Jack Thorne and Lucy Kirkwood.
Pippa has taken six shows to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, bagging a nomination for The Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer in 2008 for her debut show .