Team DDG

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Ali found DDG a great way to fit back into London having lived abroad. She performed short-form in Kuwait and solo sketch at The Second City. Drama teacher Ali is in DDG house team DuckDuckTales and produces Never Mind the Newsfeed.

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Brendan started going to DDG between Hoopla courses in 2015 and just never stopped. He spends his evenings playing and plotting with his narrative team The Parentheticals. When not thinking about improv, Brendan is asleep.



A member of the team since Xmas 2015, Dan developed his improv skills in the greatest arena of all: the DDG Jams. If not with teams Glow In The Dark, Ramshackle and Historyonics, Dan will be presenting hospital radio or seeking the perfect cup of tea.

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Lou appeared out of thin air in 2016 and promptly dedicated their entire life to improv. They learnt all they know from jamming at pretty much every DDG. Catch Lou in teams Cookie Me! and Swords&Guns, or in a random South London street.



Maddy’s attended improv classes since 2015 and joined DDG in June 2016. She plays in 20% Less, DDT, and many other imaginary teams, and has fallen off many real items of furniture. She has been permitted one cat reference. That was it.

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East 15 grad Monica has had a love for improv since youth theatre. As an adult she studied at Second City, Chicago, and now plays in twoprov Derek's Mojo and teams Piggyback and Nu Z Land. If you see Monica say hi: she’s always happy to chat.

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Joining DDG back in 2015, Steff took to the show as he does to most stuff: with excitement, hugs and too much hair. Steff plays in DDTales, Gorilla Panic and Glow In The Dark. He is eagerly awaiting the next DDG; luckily, Monday’s never far away.

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Vanessa began improv in 2016, found DDG shortly after and never looked back. She performs with fortune-cookie-inspired team Cookie Me! When not improvising, Vanessa’s probably either talking about it or trying to incorporate it into daily life.


DDG founder Vic studied with Keith Johnstone, via US schools UCB, iO West and Second City and with many teachers in the UK. An MA in Applied Theatre, she provides corporate solutions with The Offer Bank. Vic thinks your hair looks great like that.