With rehearsals starting on Monday, we thought it unfair to withhold our final introductions to the team for any longer.
It is time. We can finally unveil the cast for our revival of MOTH!
Charlotte was born in Lancashire and trained at Drama Studio London after graduating from Manchester University in Drama with English. She is thrilled to be performing on home turf with Ransack and later this year, Charlotte will be performing again with Headlong and their National Theatre co-production of People, Places and Things as it transfers to the St Ann's Warehouse, New York.
Her work in theatre includes - People, Places and Things (National Theatre / Headlong / Wyndhams), The Point of No Return (New Diorama / BeFrank Theatre), Julius Caesar (Bussey Building), A Royal Mess (Arts Theatre, West End), Sherlock Holmes and the Speckled Band (Theatre Mill, York), Female Parts (Contact), Over the Rainbow (National Tour), Boy's Life (Kings Head), Phaedra, The Bride's Lament, Caresses, Push Up (Envision Theatre), Blood (John Thaw Studio).
TV credits include - Hollyoaks (Channel 4), Steffi (Emerald Films), Witchcraze (Blast! Films).
Film credits include - Pickups which premiered at the Dublin International Film Festival 2017, Honeymooner (Soda Pictures), The Projectionist (BFI), Trained (Paradox Films), Late (Better Late Productions), Anna (Screen Academy Scotland).
Alastair is one of the original co-founders of Ransack Theatre. After graduating from the University of Manchester, he based himself in the city and trained at the Manchester School of Acting. As well as acting, Alastair also produces theatre and in this capacity has been involved with the Young Company at Liverpool's Everyman and Playhouse Theatres for the last two years.
Alongside his work with Ransack, Alastair most recently appeared in the TV remake of the Guy Ritchie’s SNATCH with Little Island Productions.
Previous theatre credits include: A Vocation (Arcola Theatre), Kristin Lavransdatter (Theatre Ad Infinitum, North Wall); Enveloped in Velvet (Flow Salford/Arts Theatre London); Matchstick Models (Theatre Arlecchino); Constellations (Liverpool’s Everyman Theatre); The Dumb Waiter (HOMEmcr/NSDF); Fat Penguins or Chubby Polar Bears (Theatre Arlecchino); The News (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Solve (EdFringe/John Thaw Studio).