Niall is one of the UK's finest comic improvisers. He has worked with a wide range of improvising companies including The Comedy Store Players, Impropera, Paul Merton's Impro Chums and The Suggestibles. He has also performed a story-telling and sketch show with improvising quintet Between the Notes led by cellist Matthew Barley.
He has co-devised and performed with some of the UK's most innovative theatre companies. He is an associate artist with Improbable, and has collaborated with Cartoon de Salvo, Punchdrunk at BAC, and Told By An Idiot.
He has also performed two solo shows Hungarian Bird Festival and The Man Who Would Be Sting both of which were made into radio plays, and has appeared at the Young Vic in Annie Get Your Gun and Public Enemy.
He has appeared many times on television comedies including Outnumbered, Parents and Whose Line Is It Anyway?
He continues to work as a trainer/facilitator for both businesses and students, and frequently performs in sketches and scenes for business conferences in the UK and beyond.
He has a written songs for radio plays and stage shows, poetry for Radio 3's The Verb, and maintains a devout hope that alter ego Robbo Robson will become blogger of the year one day.
Apart from that he doesn't get out much.