MEET THE CAST; Though they are but small, they are fierce!


Played by Daniella Faircloth

Daniella has studied theatre and acting, securing an A-Level and extended Diploma in Acting at Distinction* level.

Daniella’s first works were all in theatre including productions of ‘Love, Love, Love’, Jim Cartwright’s award winning ‘Road’, ‘A Street Car Named Desire’, ‘Vera Vera Vera’ and ‘The Laramie Project’. She has also been working closely with the London National theatre for the past three years performing at the New Theatre, Oxford, & The Bristol Old Vic.

More recently Daniella has appeared in a number of Independent short and feature films including ‘Follow The Crows’ which is due to be premiered in local cinemas later in the year.

Currently Daniella is a member of both the Gatecrash Theatre Company and the Wrong Shoes Theatre Company and has plans to apply for further education in the arts at Drama School.

Daniella is seriously excited to be playing Hermia as her friends and family often quote ‘though she be but little she is fierce’ as a description of her. ‘I’m really excited to be performing with gatecrash again.’



Played by Rosie Walker

Rosie fell in love with performing at 6 years old and has since taken as many opportunities to act as she can. She has completed many plays with the company ‘Quirky Bird Theatre’ including ‘Tusk Tusk’ in which she won awards for ‘Best youth Performer’ in 2 rounds of the All England One Act Play Festival. 


She has just graduated college after studying ‘Performing Arts’ as well as gaining 3 medals for Acting through LAMDA exams. She aspires to continue training at drama school in the near future too. 


Rosie’s next roles are in touring productions of ‘That Face’  and ‘DNA’. 

Most recently she has performed as ‘Hanna/Hanschen’ in ‘Spring Awakening’ with Gatecrash Youth which was a challenging but exciting role to undertake, and through this she heard about auditions for ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ 


Rosie is delighted to be playing the quieter, comedic and lovable ‘Snug’ in this magical play.