MEET THE CAST
Having grown up in North Wales and attended Cardiff University, Lottie ventured east to graduate from Drama Studio London.
Recent credits include Chloe in BRITISH RATIONALS (webseries), Lady Alicia in The Canterville Ghost (Italian Tour with Smile Teatro), Comic MC (LATE NIGHT AT THE VICTORIA AND ALBERT, Amy Grimehouse), Mrs Winterbottom in VICTORIAN AND GAY and a stretch in submersive improvised sensation YOUMEBUMBUMTRAIN.
She enjoys Hammer Horror, Carry On and Monty Python films, along with pie fights, using an outdoor voice and Peter Sellers.
David, alongside is a graduate from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
His recent credits include Cliff in the World Premier of Edward Bond’s new play DEA, A young David Cameron in AN XMAS CAROL and is also appearing as George “The Runt” in the pilot of the comedy series WARORDS.
When not acting, improvised or otherwise, he continues to hone his stage combat experience with the British Academy of Dramatic Combat.
GAEL VAN DEN BOSSCHE
Gaël was born in Paris, grew up in The Hague, studied in Utrecht and now lives in London.
He is a graduate from the Royal Central of Speech and Drama with a degree in script writing. His most recent writing is THE COMMUNITY at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre for the 2017 Camden Fringe. Following its succesful run and positive reviews, it was picked up by the Stockwell Playhouse.
Charlotte trained in Acting at Mountview and since graduating has done various film and theatre projects including another improv show, SHOW OFFS: THE IMPROVISED MUSICAL, BBC 24 hour film THE BREAKDOWN, and playing the Girl with the Pearl Earring for Viasat History Channel.
Charlotte also does commercial voiceover and has always dreamt of being the voice of the underground announcements, so mind the gap, *cough*... I mean watch this space...
Originally from Bournemouth, David studied American Theatre Arts at Rose Bruford College and also trained at Syracuse University in New York.
His credits include Melchior in SPRING AWAKENING (Lantern Theatre), GERTRUDE - THE CRY (Emporium Theatre), IN LOVE AND WARCRAFT (Theatre N16 and London MCM Comic-con) and most recently TRIBE (London Theatre Workshop).
David would one day love to fulfil his lifelong dream of becoming the first British Power Ranger (specifically the red one), despite having no combat skills and zero athletic prowess.
Originally from Southampton, until setting off for pastures new. But enough about the Titanic...
Michael is now a London-based actor who trained at East 15 Acting School. Some of his credits include DR MAX for television, ENTER QUEEN LEAR (Drayton Arms, and as a radio play for Wireless Theatre), SCATTERED (Etcetera Theatre/Edinburgh Fringe), KING ARTHUR (voice over) and a tour of MACBETH (Young Shakespeare Company).
Michael is also a keen football fan, a pun enthusiast, and avoider of walking over three-consecutive-drains (the struggle is real).
Peter was born/raised/reared in rural Lancashire. He trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and is a member of the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain.
Recent credits includes THE FERRYMAN and THE ALIENIST.
Peter is also a musician, writer, voice actor and Salad-serving-style-spoon player.
Elliot trained at RADA graduating in 2013 from the MA Theatre Lab course. Originally from Buckinghamshire, Elliot has been acting since the age of 12.
With an unflinching love of any type of acting, recent credits include 'Luck Of The Draw' at the RADA Festival; Rupert Murdoch in 'The Convictions of Rupert Murdoch'; 'NewsRevue' alongside plays at the Theatre 503, an abundance of Shakespeare and recently dabbled in TV with a small role in 'Marcella'.
Elliot is also a singer, writing folk songs for an album that has been 'in progress' for far too long. Like most people, he loves watching films and laughing.
Aamira was born in London, moved to Manchester, studied in New York, then found herself back in London, training at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Her credits include: Juliet in ROMEO AND JULIET at the Wales Millennium Centre, THE BACCHANALS at the Etcetera Theatre, MYSTERY-BOUFFE for Theatre 274, and feature film DESPERATE YOUTH.
With a love for words, Aamira has a lot of time for a good bit of classical text.