Meet the Cast: The Litterati

With The Litterati opening in just over a week, we can’t wait to show it to you. Here’s a little round up of the people taking to the stage to tell you this new story – our cast. You can get tickets right here!

eleanorcrosswellwebEleanor Crosswell, Millie

Eleanor is a recent LAMDA graduate. Since graduating she has performed across radio (The Sea, The Sea, BBC Radio 4), film (Dennis Doyle, CSA) and a wide variety of theatre.

Her most recent credits include the monologue Collapsible for the Miniaturists at the Arcola; a rehearsed reading of Edward Mason Shot Hand Hauer in a Field with the Young Vic; and a one woman show 563 Days which has been developed into Claustrophilia, also appearing at this year’s VAULT Festival in February.

gabriellenellispainwebGabrielle Nellis-Pain, Hattie

Gabrielle has trained at RADA, with The Actors Class and is a member of NYT. Her theatre credits last year include Sophie in Captured (White Slate Theatre, UK tour); and Laura in Boys by Ella Hickson (LOST Theatre).

Later this year, Gabrielle will play Flora in Tennessee Williams’ 27 Wagons of Cotton at the Etcetera Theatre and due to be released, she plays Clara in Seagull, a feature film by White Space Film Productions.

sarelrosewebSarel Rose, Dux

Sarel graduated from her MA in July 2016. Prior to this she was at the University of Bedfordshire where she obtained a 1st Class degree in Media Performance.

Sarel most recently appeared in John Godber’s two-hander April In Paris at the Courtyard Theatre where she played Bet and has just wrapped filming for the latest Eurostar commercial.

andyumerahwebAndy Umerah, Twix

Originally from the West Midlands, Andy trained at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh on the accredited  3 year BA Acting course. After graduating in 2010 he did several tours around Britain and 9 months in Germany before settling in South West London where he has continued to work steadily since 2012. He is looking forward to doing his first production with Shrapnel.

mitchellfisherwebMitchell Fisher, Sunny

Born in London, raised in the cinema, taught on the stage, Mitchell is a budding actor climbing his way up the career ladder. After graduating drama school, he found work in all kinds pockets the industry has to offer. His most recent role was Gregg in The Red Button, (premiere – Camden Fringe). Other theatre includes Matt in A Death at Price Waterhouse by Phil Willmott (Wandsworth Fringe).

Last Year Mitch also celebrated his DVD debut. Kill Kane was released in February 2016 and Mitch plays the role of Tommy Richards in the British crime thriller.

You may have also seen Mitch on television, most recently on Sky channel ShowBizTV, where he has been presenting and discussing some of the great directors and films of our time.

roseannabrearwebRoseanna Brear, Reeda

Roseanna graduated from Drama Centre London in 2015.

Television includes: Humans 2 (Kudos) and American Monster (Arrow Media).

Theatre includes: The Golden Needle and The Time Portal (Les Enfants Terribles); Flashbard (The Faction); Shakespeare’s Sister (Theatre Royal Haymarket) and Don & Shel (Bison Arts).


The Litterati runs from 25th to 29th January at VAULT Festival 2017.

Millie lives with her girlfriend, Hattie, who works in insurance in the City. Millie wants to be a serious journalist. At VICE. Now’s her chance – she’s got to write an investigatory piece about the Litterati, a notorious community of which little is known but rumour. When Millie agrees to spend a week with the mysterious gang her world is blown open and she collides with experiences and people she can never forget.

Pushed underground by a world that didn’t want them, The Litterati live a clandestine existence so far removed from Millie’s sheltered experience of the world. But do those who fall behind always get left behind?

You can grab your tickets right here.

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