Cast Announced For Mike Barltett's SNOWFLAKE

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Cast Announced For Mike Barltett's SNOWFLAKECast announced for triple Oliver Award-winner Mike Bartlett's brand new play SNOWFLAKE this Christmas at Oxford's Old Fire Station, featuring:

Elliot Levey as 'Andy'. Levey is best known on screen for playing Francesco Pazzi in Da Vinci's Demons, and on stage for roles at The National Theatre (including His Dark Materials, The Habit of Art and Danton's Death) and in the West End (Mary Stuart, Much Ado About Nothing); alongside a host of TV roles, recently including Mike Bartlett's BBC One series Press.

Racheal Ofori as 'Natalie'. Ofori is an actor and writer who has won national acclaim for her plays So Many Reasons and Portrait, both produced by Fuel Theatre on national tours. Other theatre includes Pygmalion (Headlong / West Yorkshire Playhouse), Romeo and Juliet (Kenneth Branagh Season / Garrick Theatre) and The Merchant of Venice (Globe Theatre). She recently wrapped on Jason Lei Howden's feature film Guns Akimbo, opposite Daniel Radcliffe. TV includes Come Home, Carnage and Enterprice.

Ellen Robertson as 'Maya'. Robertson is an actor, writer and comedian. A former member of the Cambridge Footlights, her debut professional comedy show Britney was a hit at the Edinburgh Fringe before transferring to VAULT Festival and Battersea Arts Centre. Her first play, Nesting, premiered at the Watermill Theatre in 2017.

Full of the warmth, wit and heartbreak of Christmas, SNOWFLAKE is an epic story about generational conflict, fathers and daughters, and whether we're living in the best or worst of times.

An Oxford local, playwright Mike Bartlett is best known for his BBC One TV series Doctor Foster and Press; and Olivier Award-winning play King Charles III. The show is directed by Olivier Award-winner Clare Lizzimore (Bartlett's Bull, Young Vic), with design by Jeremy Herbert (National Theatre, Royal Court, Royal Opera House) and lighting by Jessica Hung Han Yun (Forgotten, Yellow Earth/Arcola; The Human Voice, Gate Theatre).



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