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Aug 2014

Drama Incorporated

St. Martins Church Hall, Allenton, Derby

Calamity Jane

Please contact drama inc through Facebook under drama inc

Read through on 30th July and 6th August 2014. Auditions to be held on the 13th August

Drama inc read through and auditions for our up and coming panto Calamity Jane

Posted on 16/07/2014


Colnbrook Amateur Stage Theatre - CAST & CAST Academy

Colnbrook Village Hall, Vicarage Way, Colnbrook SL3 0RF

The Snow Queen panto

Contact: See website for details

Read- through: Mon 18th August @ 8pm
Auditions: Thurs 28th August & Mon 1st September @ 8pm
Performance 8th-13th Dec 2014

Posted on 17/08/2014


Hayes Players (The)


The Constant Wife
By W. Somerset Maugham

Contact: Non-members are welcome to attend the play reading/auditions but if you are succesful in gaining a part you will be asked to join. There will be set audition pieces so please email to obtain these.

PLAY READING: Thursday 14 August at 8pm, Merrill Studio
AUDITION DATES: Tuesday 19 August at 8pm, Merrill Studio
Thursday 28 August at 8pm, Merrill Studio

Constance Middleton – A Constant Wife
Dr John Middleton – her husband
Martha Culver – her sister
Barbara Fawcett – her friend
Mrs Culver – her mother
Marie-Louise Durham – her friend
Mortimer Durham – Marie-Louse’s husband
Bernard Kersal – her old flame
Bentley – butler
No set playing ages – Constance approx 30s plus as a guideline

Posted on 23/05/2014


Rossendale Players


Early One Morning by Les Smith

Contact: or 01706-216185

Reading Wednesday, August 20th
Casting Wednesday, August 27th
Perfs: April 18 - 25 , 2015

Les Smith's play is the moving true story of Pte. James Smith who was Court Martialled and found guilty of desertion in Flanders in WW1 in September 1917 and sentenced to death, to be shot at dawn. The play requires a number of young men in their late teens or twenties and some older man as senior officers. Set in the trenches the play shows the events of the Court Martial and Smith's last night with his mates as he awaits the execution. He also has memories of his girlfriend at home, Lizzie a hospital nurse who 'appears' to him in his cell to reminisce of their courtship. The main characters need Lancashire and/or Liverpool/Irish accents. The junior officers are ex-Public School
The 'execution party' should consist of 4 or 6 young soldiers who are 'extras' without lines and appear briefly.
DIRECTOR - Stanley Whittaker

Posted on 21/07/2014



Participation space at Quad, Derby

Play/short film about mental health

Sarah Eley

23rd August

We are creating a short film about a girl with Borderline Personality Disorder (a mental health condition). This is being put on by ‘The Raving Mad Theatre Company’, which is the theatre strand of Borderline Arts (a new arts and mental health charity based in Derby). Borderline uses the arts to raise awareness and reduce stigma surrounding Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). There are many costs arising from the negative attitudes attached to mental illness, and much to be gained from breaking it down! Stigma is a difficult thing for anyone to experience, but for those with BPD and other mental health issues, the results can be much more devastating. Borderline Arts is linked with the ‘Time to Talk’ campaign, and together we seek to play a part in eliminating the shame associated with mental health issues.
We are looking for:
- Actors (speaking parts)
- Extras
- An additional co-director
See posters about each of the four roles, that each contain a little information about the piece. We are looking for a wide variety of ages, any height/build, but mainly mainstream/middle class sort of appearance. The scenes will be filmed in various locations across Derby. Times will be set according to the availability of the actors in that scene. We are beginning filming in September. We are asking those interested to send their CV and a covering letter explaining why they are interested in being involved in this piece to. These can be sent to:
There are two audition workshops.
- One for dark surreal characters and larger than life characters at 1-2pm.
- One for naturalistic characters (e.g. those with BPD, friends, family, healthcare professionals etc) at 3-4pm.
Both auditions will be on 23rd August in the Participation space at Quad, Derby. Neither auditions are for a specific character, but rather to get a feel of who might be suited to which parts. Feel free to pass this information to anyone you think might be interested, and please me me know if you would like to know more.
Many Thanks,
Sarah Eley
Borderline Founder


Posted on 13/08/2014


Minerva Youth Theatre


Les Miserables School Edition


Dates of auditions Saturday 23rd August 2014
Dates of the performances 4th - 7th February 2015

Auditions for new members. From 1pm. Must be aged 9-19 at time of show. Bring sheet music or backing track. Rehearsals for new (and old) members commence Sunday 24th August. Casting auditions will be held on Saturday 6th September. More details on website.
Production team details
Artistic Director - Susan B. Russell
Musical Director - David R. Dunlop
Choreographer - Susan Winton

Posted on 21/07/2014


Raunds Community Players


Treasure Island or Cinderella (depending on numbers)

For more information or a chat please contact Steve Lack on 01933 624310 or by email or visit our Facebook page

Audition dates - Sunday 24th August & Tuesday 26th August 2014
Dates of performances - 10th to 14th December 2014

We are a brand new group, this will be our first show. We are going to stage either Treasure Island or Cinderella, both written by the director, and both scripts have won NODA awards, the final decision will depend on how many people sign up (especially men)! Anyone wishing to be part of this new venture will be made most welcome. There is a lower age limit of 16, (you will need to be 16 years old by the show dates) and no upper age limit. Rehearsals will be every Tuesday evening plus Sunday afternoons from October. We will be running a couple of workshops that will give those attending an insight into both scripts, the characters and the songs. We would particularly welcome men, no previous acting experience necessary but would be useful.
Director - Steve Lack
Musical Director - Dinah Stevenson

Posted on 21/07/2014


York Musical Theatre Company


Anything Goes


Auditions Saturday 30 August
Performance 21 - 25 October 2014

Casting for all lead parts and ensemble, which requires tap dancing
Directed by Paul Laidlaw

Posted on 21/07/2014


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