• Acting
  • Movement
  • Production
  • Voice
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Our coaches

Acting Coach

Matt Harrison

Matt is a passionate Director and Theatre Maker who has vast experience of the industry. He trained at East 15 Acting School and was voted the National Theatre’s New Works Department Resident Director of 2018-19.

Singing Coach

Olivia Doust

Olivia is a voice and singing teacher. She has taught at Mountview Academy, London College of Music, Royal College of Speech and Drama and is currently working for The BRIT school. She is a multi-talented composer, conductor, musical director and performer!

Writing Coach

Matthew Churcher

Matthew is an actor who trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, specialising in acting and devised theatre. He has been in productions such as War Horse and Jayne Eyre and also loves to work on his own material. He is also a very talented musician!

Popping Coach

Brooke Milliner

Brooke is one of the freshest choreographic talents in the UK. He studied at the BRIT School for Performing Arts and then at Bird College of Dance. He gained a strong dance background but he chose to focus on street dance styles. He is the lead dancer of the crew, Plague, who he has led to two Hip Hop International World Championship titles, a feat never achieved by any other UK dance group!

Voice Coach

Kay Welch

Kay has been a professional voice coach for nearly 15 years. She has worked at several of London’s best Drama Schools and Theatres and is currently working at RADA. She helps actors to find the best use of their voice by exploring practical voice skills, text, accent and dialect.

GCSE and A level Coach

Russell Clark

Russell is currently Head of Drama at the world famous ‘ArtsEd’ school in London. Whilst the school specialises in the performing arts it also boasts as being, academically, the highest achieving performing arts school in the country. Not only does Russell teach both GCSE and A Level students but he also mentors students to help them get into Drama schools as well as helping students with their professional auditions.

Shakespeare Coach

Evvy Miller

Evvy is one of our Shakespeare coaches. She trained at Guildhall and has toured internationally with The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), The Globe and played leading parts at The National Theatre.

Comedy Acting Coach

Richard David-Caine

Richard has been performing comedy on stage and screen for over 10 years. TV and film includes BAFTA-winning shows Swashbuckle, Class Dismissed (for which he was twice nominated for Best Comedy Performance at the RTS Awards), People Just Do Nothing and Horrible Histories, as well as Horrible Histories: The Movie, Disney’s Cruella and his own TV series, Big Fat Like. He has performed in a vast range of projects from on and off the West End to voicing animations, from his own web series to his own comedy sketch group.

Accent Coach

Alix Dunmore

Alix trained as an actor at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. She has worked extensively in theatre, radio, television, film and voiceover, is a founder member of the Fitzrovia Radio Hour and has been working as a professional Accent, Dialect and Vocal Technique Coach since 2013.

Movement and Puppetry Coach

Tom Gilbey

Tom trained at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and has been in the Theatre industry for over 10 years. He was head puppeteer on the lead horse ‘Joey’ in the West End hit War Horse and is currently movement captain on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.

Directing Coach

Rikki Beadle-Blair

Rikki is a renowned Writer, Director, Producer, Composer, Designer, Choreographer, Performer and most proudly a mentor. He has won several awards including The Sony Award and The Los Angeles Outfest Screenwriting Award and works with RADA students to perfect their end of year showcases.

Acting Coach

Mara Philippou

Mara trained at the Arts Educational school (ArtsEd) in London. She loves to write and perform stand up and she currently teaches at the Arts Educational School, which is one of the highest achieving performing arts schools in the country!

Shakespeare Coach

Tas Emiabata

Tas is an Actor and creative facilitator who delivers a diverse range of theatre-based workshops. He has a passion for Shakespeare and has worked a lot at The Globe Theatre, travelling the world teaching people about Shakespeare!


iampro was created because we want to make arts education accessible to all. We want you to be able to access world-class training from anywhere, anytime, 24/7 and for you to be able to set your own schedule and learn at your own pace.
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We're a team of performers, theatre and film makers currently working in the business, who know how difficult it is to access high quality training and break into the industry. We're on a mission to challenge the way people can train as a creative and start a career in their chosen field. Whether you are an experienced performer or just starting on your journey, iampro will make sure that you keep growing are honing your skills.


We promise to bring you courses from the best in the business which are constantly evolving so you are always progressing and moving further towards your goals whilst amplifying diversity, inclusion and equality within the creative world.


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What our students are saying

iampro has allowed me to connect and network with like-minded people and industry professionals, which isn't an opportunity you would normally get very easily. I really think it's all about who knows you and I have had personal feedback and connected with loads of people working in the industry which has really helped me. I have also loved staying active as a performer in their community and doing the creative challenges each week!
When lockdown began my 6th form closed, I had no acting classes or workshops to attend. I wasn't using or building my creativity until I found iampro, with weekly challenges I could build my craft and discover new ones such as writing my own material! I got regular feedback from the team and really look forward to their weekly Q&A's with industry professionals.
I discovered IAMPRO during lockdown at a time when I felt completely uninspired and lacked any creative drive. Seeing the enthusiasm from Charlie and Matt as they announced weekly challenges on the community page really helped motivate me to start working on my craft and push my creative blocks and boundaries. iampro is a place that I feel completely supported by both the leaders and my fellow peers; it’s a platform where, immediately, you are comfortable enough to be vulnerable without fear of failure and know you are going to get expert advice and guidance to help navigate you forward as a professional artist.
I have found the live talks and coaching very helpful with excellent tips, tricks, advice & guidance, not only for the challenges they set out weekly but also for future projects. iampro has help me build on my authentic confidence and my acting 'tool kit'.