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Nov 2014

Worksop Light Ops

Rebecca's' Dance Studio's in Carlton in Lindrick, Nottinghamshire


If you fancy being part of Fagin's gang, an Oliver, a Dodger, a Nancy, another principal role, part of the ensemble or perhaps you know someone that would be interested please get in touch and share
Contact: 07765786351 for more information.

Auditions planned for 2nd November 2014 10.30
Performance dates 12th-17th May 2015

Our annual 2015 May Musical is 'OLIVER' based upon the novel Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens.
Auditions for Oliver! are on 2nd Nov. If you are interested or know someone who might be, get in touch. Facebook
Oliver! Auditions Welcome Pack and Registration Form available here Dropbox

Posted on 20/10/2014


Flitwick Town Council

Rufus Centre, Flitwick, Beds

The Walking Wounded - a brand new musical

For more details call 01525 631900 or search for 'The Walking WOunded' on Facebook

Open Audition - Group Workshop Sun 2nd Nov 2:00 to 5:00 pm
Individual audtions for lead parts Sat 8th Nov 1:00pm onwards
Performance 18th, 19th & 20th June 2015

Posted on 16/10/2014


Forest Musical Theatre Company

St. Michaels Church, Roding Road, Loughton, Essex


We are looking for new members to join us for this production, please email to find out how to get involved. Visit our website to find out more about us and follow us on Twitter @FMTC_tweets and / or find us on Facebook.

Launch: Tuesday 4th November, 8pm
Performance: 26th - 28th March 2015

If you are reading this you are probably interested in our next show, Parade. The launch of our next show is Tuesday 4th November, 8pm at St. Michaels Church, Roding Road, Loughton, Essex.
We are very excited to be presenting Parade at the Kenneth More Theatre 26th - 28th March 2015. This is a show which we are sure will be as great an experience for us as previous shows such as Ragtime, Seussical, Honk! and Hot Mikado.
Parade tells the story of Leo Frank who was charged with and convicted of the murder of Mary Phagan, one of his employees. The show is set in America in 1913 in the South and the ongoing political struggles between the North and the South made Leo Frank, a Brooklyn raised Jew, the perfect scapegoat for all the Souths ills. In real life Leo Frank was posthumously pardoned in 1986. However, the Leo Frank case is still a hotly debated topic with people fiercely divided about what happened. Whether Leo Frank is guilty or not, the musical deals with quite a pivotal moment in history – the American justice system was revisited, the incident prompted a resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan and the formation of the Jewish Anti-Defamation League. Parade explores racial prejudice and tensions and the impact of media hype; something only too relevant in today’s world.
The early rehearsal schedule is set out below.
We are delighted to welcome back Sally Woodfield as Director and Choreographer and Ben Summers as our Musical Director.
The early rehearsal schedule is as follows:
4th - Launch
5th - Full Company music
12th - Audition class

2nd - Audition class
3rd - Full company music
9th - No rehearsal
10th - Primary auditions
16th - Principals (singing) / audition class
17th - Principals (singing)

6th - Second auditions
7th - Full company music

Posted on 28/10/2014


Guide Bridge Theatre


Barefoot in the Park


Audition Dates: Wednesday 4 November 2014 at 7.45pm
Performance Dates: 23 to 28 March 2015

4m 2f

Posted on 18/07/2014


East Grinstead Operatic Society



For more information about the NOISES OFF Audition on 5th October at the Peredur, use this link:

5th October

Audition Pieces are now on the website...
The audition pieces are now on our website for you to download. If you are already a website member, then just login and follow the links or if you are not a member, register first on the website as a "Website Member" which is free and easy and follow the links.

Posted on 15/09/2014


Belmont Theatre Company

Carpenders Park Community Hall, Station footpath, Gibbs Couch Watford WD19 5EG

Remembrance by Graham Reid

If you are interested in knowing more about this production then please contact;

Reading 6th November 2014 7.45pm
Auditions 11th November 2014 7.45pm
Performance February 25th - 28th 2015 at 7.45 pm. Also 2.45 pm performance on 28th

Open audition in Watford for Remembrance by Graham Reid - Nov 6 & 11
An absorbing, powerful and touching drama played against the violence in Northern Ireland during the troubles. Remembrance charts the love that develops between a Protestant father and a Catholic mother who meet in the cemetery where their sons are buried, both victims of the violence. Family members burden the courtship with personal bigotry, hatred and finally reconciliation.
Remembrance is about how people on both sides succeed or fail at their lives in the circumstances given them and find the faith to continue.
This play will be directed by one of our most experienced members Frankie Hogan, and she is certainly looking forward to the challenges of this play. The group have hired a professional dialect coach who will attend some rehearsals. The play is set in Northern Ireland.

Posted on 04/11/2014


Tudor Musical Comedy Society

St James Mere Green Road B75 5BW (opposite Sainsburys)

Jesus Christ Superstar

For more information please contact Nigel Gaunt, chairman at or call 07944 776831

Launch Thursday 6th Nov 7:45pm
Performance March 2015 at Sutton Coldfield Town Hall

Come to our launch event, where you will hear all about the story from our production team, listen to the music and meet current members.
From roman guards and leppers to the title role, there is something for everyone in this powerful and emotional rock opera. With exciting songs such as "What's the buzz" and "Hosanna" though to the passionate "Gethsemane", don't miss your opportunity to be part of this musical sensation.

Posted on 12/10/2014


ChromeLab Productions

University of Lincoln


Ruth Houghton - Producer

Friday the 7th November at 2pm

Hello my name is Ruth Houghton and I am a third year student at the University of Lincoln. My multi-camera group 'ChromeLab Productions' are producing a 30 minute show for our final project.

I am hoping to find some actors who may be interested in working with us. See flyer for details (click on it to see full size)

We are holding auditions on Friday the 7th November at 2pm at the University of Lincoln. I know this is quite short notice so we will also be holding auditions the following week for anyone who can not make this weeks.

We intend on filming over 2 weeks in November and again early next year for a few days over several weeks.

I can provide more information if required send me an email.

Posted on 03/11/2014


Kingdom School of Arts

Clean Break Studio's, 2 Patshull Road, London NW5 2LB



Sunday 9th November 2014, 12:00pm (mid-day)
Sunday 14th December 2014, 12:00pm (mid-day)

Applicants do not require previous experience to apply for the Kingdom School of Arts. We have a range of beginners, and working professional actors continuing their training at the school.
Auditionees will be led through a group based workshop, combining improvisation and text based exercises. Please note applicants are not required to prepare any audition material in advance.
Audition fee’s for the school are £20 and spaces are limited.
Click here to book an audition.

Posted on 07/11/2014


Merthyr Amateur Dramatics (MAD)

Cefn Social Club

The Wedding Singer

Details are on Facebook

Auditions: 11am on Sunday 9th November 2014
Performance: 7th -11th April, 2015

Show week for THE WEDDING SINGER is 7th -11th April, 2015 inclusive.
Show week includes two compulsory dress/tech rehearsals.
If you cannot make ANY of this week, you will not be allowed in the show!
1. Auditions will be held at the Cefn Social Club at 11am on Sunday 9th November 2014.
2. Auditions will not be held on any other day.
3. New members must be 14 or over to join MAD.
4. You must be 14 years or over to audition for a principal role.
5. You can audition for up to TWO principal roles.
6. Each auditionee must audition alone.
7. Please only audition if you can commit to the rehearsal schedule of every Sunday 11am-2pm and the show week dates posted above.
If you do not want to audition for a principal role and want to join MAD, you must audition for a chorus/dancing role. You will be expected to sing one song UNACCOMPANIED to the audition panel. You must be 14 or over.

Posted on 05/11/2014


BROS Theatre Company

Middx / Cornwall



Key Dates for Carousel
Tuesday 21st October - Carousel Launch Presentation 8 -10pm at St Michael and All Angels church hall, Elmbank Gardens, Barnes, SW13 0NX
Thursday 23rd October - Workshop - 8 -10pm at St Michaels (as above)
Tuesday 28th October - Workshop - 8 -10pm at St Michaels (as above)
Thursday 30th October - Workshop - 8 -10pm at St Michaels (as above)
Tuesday 4th November - Workshop - 8 -10pm at St Michaels (as above)
Thursday 6th November - Workshop - 8 -10pm at St Michaels (as above)
Sunday 9th November - Auditions at The Barn Church, Attwood Avenue, Kew, TW9 4HF.
Tuesday 11th November - First rehearsal
25th to 29th May - Performances at The Minack Theatre

Perform at the Minack Theatre in May 2015
We would like to invite you and your members to perform with us at one of the most beautiful theatre locations in the world: The Minack Theatre, Porthcurno, Cornwall, in May 2015, when we will be staging the much loved Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, Carousel.
BROS Theatre Company have been performing biennially at The Minack Theatre, which is located on the cliffs overlooking stunning Porthcurno bay, for over 20 years. It makes a for truly memorable week with plenty of fun and the camaraderie of being part of a touring company. By day, the cast, along with their friends and family, spend the days relaxing on the beach and by night they enjoy the thrill of performing on this magical cliff-top stage.
About Carousel
There is something for everyone in this wonderful show which is set in a seaside town in Maine, New England, so fitting perfectly at The Minack Theatre. The story revolves around carousel barker Billy Bigelow, whose romance with millworker Julie Jordan comes at the price of their jobs. He attempts a robbery to provide for Julie and their unborn child; after it goes wrong and he dies he is given a chance to return to earth for a day to make things right.
Join us!
We have parts for ladies, gentleman and children of the company. There are some wonderful numbers for ensemble and plenty of dance numbers involving a variety of styles of movement. Click here to find out more about the parts we are looking to cast.
How to get Involved?
If you would like to find out more come along to the Carousel Launch Presentation on Tuesday October 21st (see below for details). We will run a number of workshops to help you learn the songs and dances for the auditions which then take place on Sunday 9th November.
Don't miss this wonderful opportunity for a performance of a lifetime - we look forward to seeing you at the Carousel Launch Presentation on October 21st!

Posted on 20/10/2014


Honley Players ADS

Honley Theatre, Southgate, Honley, Huddersfield HD9 6NT

The Pied Piper written by director Ruth Jepson


Auditions: Monday 10th November 7:30pm
Performance: Friday 6th to Saturday 14th February 2015 (with two days off in the middle and Saturday matinees).
It's that time of year again - the nights are drawing in and Honely Players are auditioning our Pantomime!
Everyone welcome to audition next Monday (10th November) 7:30pm at the theatre.
Please Facebook message for more info or just turn up on the night. Let us know if you are interested in helping out backstage too.

Posted on 04/11/2014


Roy Gaynor Productions

Bournemouth, Dorset

No Pasarán! & Up the Ressie

If either of these shows (or both!) sound right up your street, do get in touch by emailing myself, Natasha Rose or my Co-Producer Roy Gaynor at either: / 07594 218 242 / 07971 008 847

Auditions are to take place on Sunday's (16th and 23rd Nov, and 7th Dec) in Bournemouth, and you will need to arrange a time slot with us.

This is a call for actors to audition for one of two new musicals being staged in Bournemouth 2015. Roy Gaynor Productions is jumping on the success of last years show 'No Pasarán!' and taking it to new heights as well as producing a new show called 'Up The Ressie'. Rehearsals will take place predominantly from the New Year. Ideally, we are after people with a keen interest in performing arts and musical theatre, can sing well and are looking to get more experience to add to their credits. Take your pick!:

No Pasarán! is about love, friendship and heroism during the Spanish Civil War of 1936 to 39. This new and entirely original musical was performed for the first time around Bournemouth in 2013. No Pasarán! has 38 original songs and other pieces of original music. Our audiences said that they loved the story, the music and our performance and we now want to take this show to a wider audience. We had a brilliant cast last time some of whom are still involved but many of whom have left the area and in some cases left the country so we need new people.
We are looking for:
20 Male and Female singer/actors between 18 and 50 (ish)
3 children around 8 to 10 years old - 2 girls and 1 boy, who can also sing and act.

Up the Ressie is another entirely new original musical by Roy Gaynor. It is loosely based on the childhood experiences of the writer in 1950’s London. The story revolves around two families; the Connolly's with parents from Ireland and children born in England, and the Fletcher's all born in England. Up the Ressie is a feel good family comedy exploring the pressing issue of cultural conflict within a neighborhood, enlightened with some snap happy songs sure to have your fingers clicking and your feet tapping. The significant role of the children bridges cultural differences and resolves adult troubles... but whats a happy ending without a little trouble of their own to get there?! Roy has written an original story and another 26 super original songs, some earnest or romantic, others funny or just plain silly! Cast members should also have at least basic modern dance skills; that is they should be able to move rhythmically to music.
We need to cast:
5 Female and 5 Male adult cast members.
6 boys and 3 girls between 8 and 10 years old,
1 boy and 1 girl of 6 -7 years old
1 young woman of 16-18.

Posted on 04/11/2014


Epsom Players

The Wells

Cafe Cabaret

via website or Twitter

Launch Meeting - Sunday 16th November @4pm - The Wells
Auditions - Sunday 23rd November @6pm - The Wells
Performance: 20th - 21st March 2015 Claygate Village Hall

Director - Emma June Dixon
MD - John Paul Sutherland

Posted on 02/11/2014


Cotswold Arcadians


Richard III


Auditions will be held in November for the 2015 production. But first there are two read-throughs, on Sunday 19 October, or Sunday 26 October,.
Rehearsals proper will start in April 2015 and will be usually held on Sundays.

Cotswold Arcadians will be producing a full-scale, open-air production of Richard III in July 2015 at Hatherop Castle.
Please look at our website for information, news and updates and 'Like' us on Facebook, too.
And for those who prefer to be backstage there will be a warm welcome for you, too, whatever your skills, talents and interests. Please come along.
Please contact me if you have any queries.
Jane Morgans
Box Office, Cotswold Arcadians, 26 Home Orchard, Ebley, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 4TT
Telephone: 01285 898 019

Posted on 09/09/2014


Fakenham and District Light Operatic Society - FADLOS

Fakenham Community Centre, Norfolk

Phantom of the Opera


Sunday 23rd November 1.00pm - 4.00pm

Fadlos Kidz Auditions for The Phantom of the Opera will be on Sunday 23rd November 1.00pm - 4.00pm at Fakenham Community Centre, no need to prepare anything just turn up! Open to anyone aged 7 - 21 years old. Rehearsals start in January with the show in July.

Posted on 20/10/2014


Broadstone Players

Red Barn, Tudor Road, Broadstone BH18 8AP

Fathers Day by Eric Chappell

Details can be obtained from me Lyn Richell 01202 678449 or

Auditions: Tuesday 25th November 7:30pm
Performance: 17th - 21st February 2015

This is a warm and touching comedy based on the hit TV series 'Home to Roost' which starred John Thaw.
We welcome everyone who is interested in auditioning or helping

Posted on 05/11/2014


Canterbury Players

St Christopher's School in Canterbury

Outside Edge

For further information, to express an interest in a crew position and to confirm audition attendance please e-mail:

Auditions are the 25th and 26th November, 7.30pm start on both days
Outside Edge will be performed at the Playhouse Theatre, Whitstable, from the 2nd-4th April 2015. All cast and crew must be available every evening from the 30th March - 4th April. Rehearsals will start in January 2015, three evenings a week.

Roger is having trouble getting a team together for the afternoon’s fixture against the British Railways Maintenance Division Yeading East but this proves to be the least of anyone's worries. Bob is having marriage trouble as he is still doing odd jobs for his ex-wife behind his current wife Ginnie's back. Dennis is also having marital trouble, as his wife seems intent on moving house despite the fact they only moved recently. When he finally puts his foot down she sets fire to his new car. Kevin is trying to fight off his over affectionate wife Maggie while at the same time nurse his injured spinning finger and Alex's new girlfriend ends up shutting herself in the toilets having hysterics. Even Roger's seemingly perfect marriage to Miriam hits the skids when she discovers he was playing away from home in more ways than one on a trip to Dorking last year. Just when it seems things can't get any worse for them, it starts to rain.
Love Life, Love Cricket, Love watching them all come crashing down in a hilarious play by Richard Harris.
Director: Stephen Lamyman
Interested people do not need to attend both audition nights, although you are more than welcome to attend both if you wish!
Members and Non-Members welcome to audition
Character List:
Roger: (Male)
Roger is the team captain who seems to enjoy being the leader more than actually playing cricket. Likes to think of himself as a great leader of men and organiser but in reality most of the organising is done by his wife. Outwardly he and Miriam have a perfect marriage but there is in fact very little in the way of affection between the two and when he says I Love You it's usually just to keep her happy and not because he really means it.
Miriam: (Female)
Miriam has put up with Roger's cold and almost uncaring attitude for many years and hides all her frustration behind her beaming smile and sunny personality. Miriam is the real organiser of the team but she lets Roger take all the credit for it as she knows it makes him happy. She becomes increasingly frustrated as the play goes on and finds it more and more difficult to keep it in.
Kevin: (Male)
The closest thing Roger has to a real friend on the team and the demon spin bowler. Married to Maggie whom he adores despite their explosive relationship. He often behaves like a petulant child sulking when things don't go his way and blowing hot and cold with Maggie over her mothering of him.
Maggie: (Female)
Kevin's wife who adores him but often behaves more like his mother than his wife. Like a mother she is very good at dealing with Kevin when he gets in a sulk. Maggie is not a stereotypical woman and is more at home doing DIY than domestic chores.
Bob: (Male)
Bob is married to Ginnie but still spends a lot of time with his ex wife doing odd jobs mainly out of guilt. Bob has a constantly guilty expression and never seems to be able to say not to anyone. Despite his faults Bob is a down to earth sort who has no time for pretentious phonies like Dennis and arrogant show offs like Alex.
Ginnie: (Female)
Bob's long suffering second wife. She arrives unannounced at the match when Bob has left to visit his ex-wife leaving Miriam to try to cover for him. Ginnie's relationship with Roger and Miriam is strained to say the least as Roger was very fond of Bob's ex-wife and Ginnie views Miriam as an interfering busy body who spends too much time worrying about other people's marriages and not paying enough attention to her own declining one. It is Ginnie who first hints to Miriam about Roger's little indiscretion in Dorking.
Dennis: (Male)
Dennis is a carpet salesman who likes to give the impression he is a well-connected self-made man. Dennis also fancies himself as a ladies man but just comes across as a letch. In an effort to get people to like him he gets equipment for the team which he gives them at a reduced price claiming he gets it wholesale when in fact he has paid full price.
Alex: (Male)
Alex is a lawyer who, perhaps for this reason alone, is much disliked by Bob - although in truth, if only out of jealousy, there are plenty of reasons to dislike this character; if his abundant snobbery and good looks aren't enough, he is also by far the best batsman on the team. Perhaps unsurprisingly then, Alex is also the only unmarried male in the play - but makes up for this with nothing less than a pole dancer girlfriend who, in one comic moment in the play, feels the need to lock herself in the toilets due to her treatment by Alex.
Sharon: (Female)
Sharon is Alex's latest girlfriend who like most of the women he tends to attract isn't overly furnished in the brain department. She feels very out of place at the cricket club and the fact that Alex ignores her doesn't make things any better. She ends up locking herself in the toilets and having hysterics.
In addition to the cast, there are also numerous positions available in production and back stage.

Posted on 01/11/2014


Wayfarers Drama Group

The Theatre-in-the-Hut

It Could Be Any One Of Us by Alan Ayckbourn

Do let us know if you will be coming along by
Or to request more information

Reading/Auditions: Thurs 27th Nov and Fri 28th Nov 7.30pm
Performance dates : Spring 2015

Cast: 3males, 3 females
A thunderstorm. In a windswept country house a family of failures wrangles over a will: a detective who has never solved a case; a writer, an artist and a composer whose works have never been published, shown or performed, and a dysfunctional teenager. Here are the prime ingredients for a murder mystery, but this diversion is by Alan Ayckbourn and it has a number of surprises. The victim is not who it should be, the murder's identity changes overnight and the thrills are leavened with tongue in cheek humour and ironic comment.
The characters
Mortimer Chalke : A composer; mid-fifties
Jocelyn Polegate: A writer, his sister; late forties
Brinton Chalke: A painter, his brother; early forties
Amy Polegate: Jocelyn's daughter; sixteen
Norris Honeywell: A detective; mid-forties
Wendy Windwood: Mid-thirties

Posted on 18/11/2014


Get Your Wigle On


Wizard of Oz!

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Sunday 30th November 2014
Auditions at: 4pm - 5pm - 5pm - 6pm - 6pm - 7pm

We're open auditions for 7-16s on Sun 30th Nov for principal and chorus munchkins and Emerald City citizens in Wizard of Oz!
About the auditions
Auditions to cast the Munchkins and residents of Oz. All of those selected will be required to sing and dance to a high standard - with confident and energetic performances.
Who can audition?
Ages 7 - 16. Please note heights will be important when casting these roles.
What is the audition material?
It will be workshop based - the children should watch the film version as a guide.

Posted on 20/10/2014


Arcadians Musical Theatre Company

Birmingham West Midlands

Sister Act


Audition Dates: Nov/Dec 2014
Performance Dates: May 5th-9th 2015

Cast wanted for Sister Act in Birmingham
The Arcadians, an amateur musical theatre company based in Birmingham are looking for new members, both male and female, for their forthcoming production of Sister Act. In particular we are looking for strong singing voices, young men, and someone to play the leading lady, Deloris Van Cartier. (See following details)
Playing role details: 18-25, Black African-American. Deloris is a disco diva who is loud, larger than life, funny and very likeable.
A powerful singing voice is required and an ability to command the stage with 'attitude'!
If you are interested in playing Deloris or any other role we'd love to hear from you. Please email us for more details.

Posted on 09/10/2014


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