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Stage Required

I am organising a Charity Fundraiser on Saturday 3rd September 2016 in the Romford area. It is an event to celebrate a charity's 40th Anniversary.
For this event, I am looking for a company who can provide a stage with side curtains. the size I am looking for is 24'x12'x1'
As this is a charity event, I am trying to keep costs to a minimum, so please let me have your best price. but will heavily advertise your company as a Sponsor in return.
Many thanks
Bhavini Makwana, 07956 583203 or

Posted on 28/07/2016


Stop Loan Sharks Team - Application form for Proceeds of Crime Money for Groups to Raise awareness about loan shark - A play?

We are a National Trading Standards Team that investigates and prosecutes loan sharks/ illegal money lenders we also have to raise awareness within Communities affected or at risk of loan sharks. Our team has a pot of funds available for Projects to apply to up to the amount of £5000. I cover the North East so wanted to you as a drama group/ organisation a chance to apply for the funds with an awareness raising artistic performance theme about loan sharks. It could be a play, a musical, or anything else you think of totally up to you. It could be that it is aimed at young people or even to any member of the public. For any Project that is successful in securing the funding we would want to do a Press release so again it’s all publicity for your organisation. The deadline for submission of application is 30th September so plenty of time to get your thinking caps on. All the information you need is on the application form. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Natalie Barker - North East Region
LIAISE Officer (Leads in awareness, intelligence,support and education)
England Illegal Money Lending Team - Hosted by Birmingham City Council
PO Box 12971
Birmingham B33 8BD
Application Form

Posted on 27/07/2016


Tunafish Media are looking for Extras for a shoot on Sunday the 24th of July

About the shoot
The video is a part of a kickstart campaign for up and coming app 123Friday. 123Friday uses cloud storage to back up precious memories from your mobile device. The shoot will be in various locations around manchester and involves people having a good time, making memories and using the app. All fairly simple.

We are mainly looking for adults ranging from 20-35 either male or female.

if you're interested Please contact Ian on, With any response or questions.

Posted on 22/07/2016


The Tavonians Theatre Company


Help! Calling anyone in the Tavistock/Okehampton area. I am directing The Railway Children for Tavonians which is on stage in November. We are touring around the Tavistock/Callington/ Okehampton area - 7 performances over 2 weeks. If anyone wants to find out more - I still require some cast members, and desperately need some backstage/admin help - please message me or Tavonians directly. Rehearsals start in September.
Di Ffitch

Posted on 22/07/2016


Michael McIntyre’s Big Show for BBC1

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We are currently looking for people who have exceptional talent….singers, dancers, musicians, impressionists, circus skills. To apply, email: or fill out the online form: here

Posted on 21/07/2016


PADOS Theatre Group

PADOS Theatre Group


We are looking for a male in his 20s for a role in our October play And Then There Were None - character synopsis available on our website or DM
It's to play the role of Antony Marsden, a dapper young man with a passion for cars. Great little part. We may also be after a male 40-50s to play Blore a detective inspector with a past. Character details are on our noticeboard

Posted on 19/07/2016


Help wanted for FDAMH’s arts and media programme

My name is Emily Stewart and I am the Arts and activities coordinator for Falkirk’s Mental Health Association. I run a drama group as part of these activities but am looking for support from the drama community to take on some of the bigger roles in order to take some of the pressure off our group.

The drama group is something that has run as part of FDAMH’s arts and media programme for the last few years and has proved very popular with service users and audiences across the Forth valley. A couple of years ago the media group wrote a play called “Being Frank” which won a see me award. I will be honest the play is hard hitting and poignant and not to be undertaken if the participants feel it is too much. The play is about Frank who suicides in the first act – he is taken away in the ambulance and survives. The play goes through his journey to recovery – getting a CPN - and comments on what recovery is to individual people. It also makes comment on his relationships and how the suicide affects them, the discrimination he faces and the new friends he makes as well as how organisations like FDAMH can support and enable recovery.
We have used this play as a training tool in the past and performed to Stirling university and Forth Valley college. The feedback from the audiences was extremely positive with people becoming more aware of what mental health is and how ill mental health can affect anyone.

The group will begin on the 29th of August at the sensory centre 2-4 pm. I have attached the script so you can have a read. Although a difficult play to act out there will be support on hand, lots of people to take over difficult roles is the part gets too much for someone and many who have got a lot out of performing in front of an audience and have said it has boosted their confidence phenomenally.


Emily Stewart | Drop-In Project Group Worker
Emily Stewart

Posted on 19/07/2016


Performers wanted for Peter Rabbit

I am in need of some performers in the Cambridge area to man a Peter Rabbit costume this coming Saturday 23 July and was wondering if anyone might be able to help out.

The event is near central cambridge and is from 10.30 – 5. But if people can do the morning or afternoon that would be helpful too.

Penelope Woodham

Posted on 19/07/2016


Actress Wanted / Norwich

Film and Television Production MA student from UEA looking for an older female (60+) to play the lead in short film (15 mins) for dissertation project. Filming over three days in Norwich. Urgently needed for as previous lead has had to drop out.


Eileen Hurley
07497 330751,

Posted on 18/07/2016


Chamber Opera Chicago

Chamber Opera Chicago



Complimentary tickets available to Jane Austen's Persuasion at the Macrobert/Stirling for your admin, staff and performers

I'm writing to offer your staff, admin and performers comps to our show this week in Stirling at the Macrobert.

Please send me first and last names of anyone who wishes to attend.
I will hold the tickets for them under their name at the Will Call Desk.
Again, this is for our performance at the Macrobert at 7:30 pm on Tuesday, July 19th. Info below:

Link to the theatre:
Link to our preview:
Link to our website:

Let me know your interest level. Warmly, Lori

Chamber Opera Chicago presents Jane Austen’s Persuasion: A New Musical Drama
Featuring songs from Jane Austen’s manuscripts and music of the era, chamber orchestra, beautiful Regency costumes and sets, projected scenery, and world-champion Irish dancers!
This new original musical adaptation has toured multiple UK and US cities over the past three years and was a popular event at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Persuasion is one of the most compelling love stories ever penned. Don't miss this authentic rendering of Jane Austen's novel that will transport you back in time!

“No ‘Persuasion’ needed to see this Chicago treat for the eyes and ears...astounding!” - Isle of Wight County Press

Macrobert Arts Centre, University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA or 01786 466666
£12 / £10 Conc / £5 Students

Posted on 18/07/2016


Fright Night
Berkshire - Reading

Hi all ,

Looking for a group/individuals to help us develop an outdoor 'fright night ' experience. The company I'm working for can deliver all the sound and lighting required but we need some input with regard to the live action role play elements. The working theme ( which is subject to any thoughts on revision ) is currently the camp crystal , Friday 13th theme.


Andy Pates
Contact: 07759534667/

Posted on 16/07/2016


Holly Willoughby's new dating show MEET THE PARENTS!

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I'm currently on the hunt for single guys and girls to apply to be on Holly Willoughby's new dating show MEET THE PARENTS!

Here's an article explaining things a bit further...

Link here


Posted on 13/07/2016


Midlands Academy Musical Theatre

Midlands Academy Musical Theatre


MAMT are delighted to offer two exciting opportunities for young performers to participate in the first class training provided by our faculty of experienced staff. These two projects are open to all, whether you perform for fun or would like to train for a career in Musical Theatre. Led by the same staff as our full time 2 year diploma, these week long courses are now available to book and places are strictly limited.

Both weeks run from 10am-4pm and the July workshop week ends with a SHOWCASE to friends, family and MAMT special guests whilst the 18+ project in August gives participants the chance to star in a UK tour of MAGIC OF THE MUSICALS alongside JULIE ATHERTON, SHARON D CLARKE and others.

If you have any questions then please feel free to email us:

We look forward to welcoming you.

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Posted on 13/07/2016


Westenders Drama Group

Westenders Drama Group


The Westenders Drama Group in Edinburgh will be holding a members' meeting at St David's Broomhouse Church on Sunday 7th August, starting at 1pm.

The purpose of this meeting will be to review the scripts available for this year's Christmas show, and select one to be performed in December. There will also be discussion about upcoming fundraising and recruitment opportunities.

Although billed as a members' meeting, anyone who is interested in joining the group is invited to attend, in order to introduce themselves to the executive committee.

Further details can be obtained by emailing Helen Cairns (Secretary) on or Ewan Walker (Vice-Chair) on

Posted on 13/07/2016


Filming Opportunity

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Do you shop online for household products and white goods?

Do you want to feature in a TV advert?

Please send your details and a photo of yourself/partner/family to

Posted on 13/07/2016


Greater Manchester Drama Federation

The GMDF 2016 Awards Night

First of all huge thanks to everyone who came along from all corners of the GMDF region and supported last night's awards cermony. It was so good to see so many people up for a good night out.

The full list of Nominees and Winners is here.

Many congratulations to one and all. Very well done.

Posted on 10/07/2016


Film Actors wanted

We are a group of student filmmakers looking to produce films to enter in to festivals. We have a short film ’Static' written and ready to go, we would need two male actors to take part.

'Static' centres around Dean and his desire to break his lazy habits and find a job, but there are dark forces in Deans home that do not want to see him achieve anything in life. 'Static' follows Dean and the lengths he will have to go to break free from his own home.

‘Dean’ would be a male aged between 24 - 35, we would need to be able to scruff up the successful candidates appearance to suit the role.

'The Presenter'. The successful candidate for this role would be a man between the ages of 44-65, preferentially able to do an American accent, but not essential. The role requires an eccentric and surreal adaptation of the stereotypical American game show host, ability to deliver comic lines with clear sinister motives, with tones of condescension. The successful actor would need to be comfortable in a multi-cam studio set up.

This role will be expenses only but will be an excellent addition to any show reel as it is a leading and essential role, with the addition of multi-cam work.

All expenses covered and copy of the film for showreel purposes
Joe Hewitt

JMH Productions
Hertfordshire / London

Posted on 09/07/2016


Athenaeum Masqueraders

We are currently rehearsing for Monty Python's Spamalot and our Lancelot has sadly had to drop out. We are looking for a male (20's-30's preferably) for this hilarious part which includes singing. Our show goes up on 26, 27, 28 & 29 October 16 at the Athenaeum in Warminster, Wiltshire.

Please contact us at for further information.

Posted on 08/07/2016


Tiverton Dramatic Society

Tiverton Dramatic Society

Wanted Actors
We need 2 male actors who are in their 40-50’s to perform in our October Show 19th October – 22nd October 2016

The Reunion

Cast: 4 male, 4 female.
Set: Single interior. Back room of a pub, present day.

It's good to meet up with old friends ... or perhaps not!

When Nigel arranges a reunion in the back room of a pub he is optimistic of a good turnout. Whilst the numbers disappoint him, he soon has his hands full when a motley middle-aged threesome turn up, bringing with them assorted wives, girlfriends, prejudices, and resentments that have simmered for the last twenty five years. As the evening unfolds, the men are forced to reassess their old alliances and reflect on their lives, whereas the women are increasingly struck by the futility of the whole exercise!

Comedy and confusion combine in this hilarious but poignant story of 'small people' in a 'big world'.

We are still looking for 2 men for The Reunion both roughly late 40s early 50s.

Nigel - a bit of a 'fuddy duddy'. The slightly pompous organiser of this reunion of 'mates'. He is a university lecturer originally from the North, but he has tried to lose his accent since he went to college as he thinks himself higher than he is.

Thomo - wears an open neck shirt with a medallion. The best way to desribe him is a cross between Del Boy and Boyce from Only Fools and Horses. He has brought his secretary (mistress) to the reunion but unfortunatley his wife turns up! Sees himself as the Alpha male of the group and is constantly trying to assert authority. He runs a run down car and parts garage.

We can play slightly with the ages if needed. This reunion takes place 25 years after the men last saw each other.

If you are interested please contact us urgently on this email address.

Mike Parker

Posted on 07/07/2016


Free Workshops- Take On Me

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Get involved in an exciting new performance this Autumn. Taking place in leisure centres across Surrey.
Dante or Die, a theatre company who specialise in telling stories in unusual spaces, are creating a completely new piece. Take On Me set in the 1980s and told between different rooms in your local sports centre.

We would love for people from across Surrey to take part as performers and in a range of backstage roles in performances that will take place weekends in September & October.

To find out more please see the attached flier and sign up to one of the free workshops that are taking place 1st – 4th August across Surrey, letting us know: your name, a contact number, which date & location you’ll be attending and any access requirements you may have.

We hope to see you there!

What can I expect at the workshop?
The workshops will be a great opportunity to find out more about this new performance, hear more about Dante or Die’s other productions and find out about the practicalities of getting involved. You will be invited to do some simple theatre activities and (probably) some basic aerobics. You won’t be forced to do anything that you don’t want to, but we’ll encourage you to get involved in everything to make the most of this opportunity!

Who can take part?
Anyone aged 16 years or over is invited to take participate in the workshops.

What experience do I need to have?
None! Anyone can be involved – we just ask that you have a readiness to take part and have fun! You don’t need to have an specific theatre or performing experience, or be a member of a leisure centre, only that you’re enthusiastic about the project.

I have access requirements; can I still take part?
Yes. Please let us know of any access requirements you have when you email Christine to sign up and we will do our best to accommodate these.

Where and when are the workshops?
Workshops will be taking place in the first week of August across Surrey. We hope there is a time and place to suit you:

Mon 1 Aug Farnham Leisure Centre 10.30am - 12.30pm
deStafford Sports Centre, Caterham 5.30pm - 7.30pm

Tues 2 Aug Woking Leisure Centre 10.30am - 12.30pm
River Bourne Health Club 2.00pm - 4.00pm

Wed 3 Aug Dorking Leisure Centre (Time TBC)

Thurs 4 Aug Spelthorne Leisure Centre 11.15am - 1.15pm
Ash Manor Gym 5.30pm - 7.30pm

When the rehearsals and performances take place?
Performances will take place on Saturday (and one Sunday) evenings between 17th September and 29th October 2016. There will be rehearsals on the day of the performance and the day before, with other rehearsals throughout September in Caterham and Chertsey. We will try to build a rehearsal schedule around your availability. If you’re not sure how many rehearsals you will be able to attend, then we still recommend that you come along to a workshop to find out more.

Who is creating Take On Me?
Theatre company Dante or Die have been commissioned by Farnham Maltings and Arts Partnership Surrey (an alliance of local authorities and councils across the county). Dante or Die are a professional theatre company who specialise in making theatre in unusual spaces; their latest productions have been in storage locker units and hotel rooms.

How can I find out more?
Come along to a workshop in August, visit the Arts Partnership Surrey website, email or phone Christine on 01252 745471.

To book your place or for more information call Christine Lee on 01252 745 471 or email www.arts

Posted on 06/07/2016


Seaford Musical Theatre

STILL requiring a Francis Fryer for Calamity Jane!

Male - age 18-30 - two solo songs and some witty dialogue.
Seaford Musical Theatre, September 9th to 11th. The Barn Theatre, Seaford, East Sussex. or 07710 426321

Posted on 06/07/2016


Film Extra's wanted

My name is Sophie and I am contacting you from the National Film and Television School in Beaconsfield.
We are currently in the production stages of our graduation film "BLUEBIRD" which is directed by the award-winning emerging Director Meg Campbell and produced by Caroline Bartleet.
BLUEBIRD is about a woman called Jenny (41) whose eccentric and unpredictable behaviour causes conflict within her family, leading her to question whether she is a good enough mother. The film is an exploration of acceptance and calls into question whether love is more important than stability.
We are looking for extras for a scene that is set in a Concert Hall at Davanies School in Beaconsfield.
We are looking for male and female of all ages and I wondered whether any members would be interested in taking part?

The date is set for Monday 11th of July, but have yet to finalize a time. The shoot would be taking place between 1pm and 6pm.

Some time this week we will be sending out an email with the exact times,dress code and information on how to get to the school and where to park. As of the moment the dress code is smart and to avoid the colour blue.
Unfortunately we can’t provide much in the way of expenses but any volunteers will have the opportunity to see what it’s like to be on set.

Thanks very much in advance.

Best wishes
Sophie Arnold
Bluebird Film

Posted on 06/07/2016


Paul Doust

One Day Summer Workshops
at Clout Hall, West Malling, Kent

Anyone can act!
Believe me, they can. YOU can. No really, you can! An introduction for complete beginners.

Saturday 6 Aug, 2016

The improvised play
An intro to this autumn's first "Performance Course" - Abigail's Party, by Mike Leigh
The Performance Course will end with a run of public performances (Sitt'bourne & Faversham)

Saturday 13 Aug, 2016

Script analysis for actors and directors
Practice reading for the playwright's intentions.
Discover how to dig these out and use them.

Sunday 14 Aug, 2016

Your second circle voice
Learn to speak with presence and power.
This workshop will change your life.

Saturday 20 Aug, 2016

Don't act - THINK!
Make your performances truly live - simply by thinking. And thinking. And thinking...

Sunday 21 Aug, 2016

Scene work Saturday
Bring any scene to work on and perfect. A day of experiment, challenge and achievement.

Saturday 27 Aug, 2016

Speaking Shakespeare
An intro to this autumn's second "Performance Course" - The Two Gentlemen of Verona
The Performance Course will end with a run of public performances (Rochester)

Sunday 28 Aug, 2016

Impulse staging for actors and directors
The creative alternative to blocking a play.
An exciting, actor-focussed approach.

Saturday 3 Sept, 2016

Stanislavski without tears
The man who galvanised acting. A practical, straightforward day for actors and directors.

Saturday 10 Sept, 2016

Scene work Sunday
Bring any scene to work on and perfect. A day of experiment, challenge and achievement.

Sunday 11 Sept, 2016

Eyebrows Up!
The joy of British farce. Learn the techniques
of this notoriously difficult but fabulous form.

Saturday 17 Sept, 2016

How to book

Each one day workshop will be led by me, Paul Doust.

The fee for each day is £29 when booked and paid for by 18 July, 2016 (58% Early Bird discount on the full price)
Then £49 between 19 and 31 July (29% Early-ish Bird discount on the full price)
Then £69 between 1 Aug and the workshop date (0% discount, ie - full price payable)

To reserve your place on any of the classes, please simply drop me an email:

Then to secure any discount just pay before the required date (I'll email you details about how to make your payment once you've made your reservation).

The full address of Clout Hall is:
The Clout Memorial Hall, High Street, West Malling, Kent. ME19 6QH.
I do hope to see you there at some point; this series of workshops promises to be fascinating, illuminating and extremely enjoyable for everyone.

If you've any questions about any of the workshops just let me know and I'll be very happy to answer them.
Paul Theatre Workshops

Posted on 04/07/2016


The Nomad Theatre


We are still looking for male cast for Twelfth Night 27 Sept to 1st October and Blue Remembered Hills 25-29 Oct. If you are interested or know of people who might be please get in contact with me.

Both productions are at Nomads Theatre East Horsley.

Posted on 03/07/2016


New CBBC Show

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I’m writing from a brand new CBBC game show called Remotely Funny and we are currently casting so we are looking for outgoing confident kids all over the UK aged between 8 – 13 to apply for this brand new game show and we thought some of the kids that attend the dance academy would fit the bill.

REMOTELY FUNNY is a revolutionary kid’s game-show that plays out in contestants’ homes via webcams to a central hub. In this brand new format, three kids, living all over the UK, will connect and compete in crazy challenges against each other. They’ll answer funny questions as they move from room to room, roping in family and friends, in their quest to complete the tasks. At the end of the show the contestant with the most points wins a unique REMOTELY FUNNY prize.

I would be really grateful if you would be able to help us get the word out so that anyone who is interested can apply! Please feel free to send the attached flyer and application to any friends or colleagues or even post it on any social media you may have.

We are currently booking in for Skype auditions and spaces are filling up fast, so don’t delay in returning your application!

Application form here

Many thanks,


twentytwenty tv

Posted on 30/06/2016



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I’m currently working on ‘Let It Shine’ (working title) an exciting new BBC One Saturday night series with Gary Barlow, Co-presented by Graham Norton & Mel Giedroyc. We’re searching for guys who’ll form a group to perform the songs of Take That in a brand new upcoming stage show. We’re on the hunt for people who can sing, dance and who have great star quality to apply for the show, and I wanted to get in touch and see if you might be able to help us spread the word.

I will be coming to Liverpool tomorrow (30th June) and will be at Jelly Studios from 12-4pm. I wanted to get in touch in the hope that you might be able to help us in finding some great local talent (aged 16+).

We’re NOT after lookalikes but if you think you can sing and move as well as the original members of the group, or know someone who’d be perfect- we’d love to hear from you! No experience is necessary.

If you are interested in meeting the team. Please contact: or

Posted on 30/06/2016


Little Big Shots is casting talented youngsters

Little Big SHots

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I am casting a new programme for ITV called Little Big Shots.

The programme will showcase and celebrate young talent, from pint-sized piano players to tiny tap dancers or spelling superstars!

The TV show is solely focused on celebrating and showcasing young talent - it is not a competition or game show. Whether individuals, duos or groups of youngsters, the only rule is that your child is between the ages of 3 and 13.

We are looking for skills of all kinds – from traditional dancers, impressionists, brilliant artists, multi-linguists, incredible musicians to having encyclopaedic knowledge of something (e.g. periodic table or even Thomas the Tank Engine)

Our social media links are:

Twitter: @LilBigShotsUK
Facebook: Little-Big-Shots-UK

Best wishes
Jessica Andrews

Posted on 29/06/2016


Rickmansworth Players

Rickmansworth Players


Our latest show "Hello Dolly” still needs men!

Please DM us for details..
Hello Dolly

Posted on 29/06/2016


NBC Universal

I work as a Producer for TV company called Monkey (the makers of TFI Friday) and we have a brand new TV show I’m working on called Prom Night Live, hosted by Alan Carr.

I’m on the lookout for fun and outgoing people who have performed in the musical Grease before.

If anyone is interested in finding out more, please email or give me a call on 0203 618 5994 to find out more.

Chris Weller

Posted on 23/06/2016



Wanted, volunteer role players to participate in exciting and diverse events in the Hereford area, supporting media organisations, security services and aid workers. All ages, genders and abilities required. Full briefing and training will be provided. No previous experience required, only an adventurous spirit. Contact Alex at 01989 596107 or for further information.

Location: Hereford UK


Posted on 23/06/2016


Divergent Productions

Eden Court Acting Workshop with West End Casting Director

Divergent Productions bring a two-day acting workshop series 'Getting West End Ready' to Eden Court on Monday 4th and Tuesday 5th July. The course provides acting training for both aspiring and professional actors and actresses hoping to hone and develop their skills and boost confidence and the two older groups get free headshots included. On the course you will:
• Learn the most up to date industry advice from current industry professionals from London's West End
• Polish your audition skills
• Learn how to market yourself as a performer
• Have fun!
For more details or to book, visit Eden Court's website and search 'Getting West End Ready' or visit

More Info:
The course is split into three age groups across two days: Kids 7-12 yrs (£30) 9:00-12:00, Teens 13-19 (£35) 12:30-15:30 and Adults 20+ (£40) 17:30-20:30. The course content can be found at: and

Eden Court Theatre & Cinemas, Inverness

Divergent Productions are a vibrant new company set up by actresses and musical theatre performers Amy Alexander and Jess Nesling, and West End Casting Director Benjamin Newsome, all three of whom will be teaching on the course.

Contact us directly at

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Posted on 23/06/2016


Three Towns Theatre Company

Looking for men for production

Three towns theatre company are looking for men for their production of Hello Dolly which will take place in October. We rehearse every Tuesday and Thursday evening and some Sunday's (closer to the show).

For more info please contact Samantha Grace

Posted on 23/06/2016



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I’m currently working on ‘Let It Shine’ (working title) an exciting new BBC One Saturday night series with Gary Barlow, Co-presented by Graham Norton & Mel Giedroyc. We’re searching for guys who’ll ultimately form a group to perform the songs of Take That in a brand new upcoming stage show. We’re on the hunt for people who can sing, dance and who have great star quality to apply for the show, and I wanted to get in touch and see if you might be able to help us spread the word.

I will be travelling through the Edinburgh area next week (Wednesday 29th – Thursday 30th) and hope to find some great local talent (aged 16+).

We’re NOT after lookalikes but if you think you can sing and move as well as the original members of the group, or know someone who’d be perfect- we’d love to hear from you! No experience is necessary.

If you are interested in meeting the team. Please contact:

Posted on 23/06/2016


National Film and Television School

Production: "Howls Heard From Miles Around”

Stoke Poges, Slough, Buckinghamshire

Seeking VOLUNTEER EXTRAS for National Film and Television School student film exercise.

'Howls Heard from Miles Around' is a character drama about an emotionally repressed police detective, Aron, whose disciplined life gets interrupted by the visit of his estranged younger brother, Nick. In an ironic twist, the emotionally unstable brother, Nick, helps the rational brother, Aron, to come to terms with himself and let go of their shared traumatic past.

We are currently looking for men age 35-55, and women age 40-55 to take part as volunteer extras. You do not need to be available for all the dates, any help will be very much appreciated! Filming will be in the Slough area. Meals will be provided on set along with expenses of up to £10 per day.

Between July 1st and July 3rd, and the evening of July 5th/6th. Volunteers will be able to come for as many or as few days as they are available.

Contact: Leiah Yvonne Kwong (Production Assistant) -

Posted on 23/06/2016


National Film and Television School

I am Production Coordinator from the National Film and Television School.

We are currently preparing for our graduation fiction film.

We are shooting most of the film next week and we are looking for some volunteer extras and I thought you might be interested.

For 1-3 July we need 3 male volunteer extras per day age 35-55 and one female character age 35-5- for probably 1st of July. Volunteer extras would be needed for couple of hours to have either police officer or civilian's role at the police station.

'Howls Heard from Miles Around' is a character drama about an emotionally repressed police detective, Aron, whose disciplined life gets interrupted by the visit of his estranged younger brother, Nick. In an ironic twist, the emotionally unstable brother, Nick, helps the rational brother, Aron, to come to terms with himself and let go of their shared traumatic past.

We can pay up to 10 pounds expenses on travel per day per person and lunch will be provided on set. Location is in Stoke Poges, Slough region.

Agnieszka Pawlowska
Production Manager
T: 0 1494 731 591
M: +44 7766 791 776

Posted on 22/06/2016


Production Photography

Last weekend I attended the West End Live event in Trafalgar Square – images from the event are available at

I am currently building my portfolio and experience and can offer free (subject to conditions) photography.

Locally to the RM19 postcode (within say 10 miles) no charge – although a cup of coffee and a bun wouldn’t go amiss!!

Further afield a nominal charge for travel expenses would be required (as well as the coffee and bun!!)

Images for use on web sites must have credit and a link to my site, copyright with me but reasonable use for production, i.e. individual sales to subject plus of course free use in programmes and publicity material. All published images must have credit and advice to me of where used, preferably with a hard copy, i.e. programme or newspaper.
Please let your members know. Contact details on my site.

Geoff Smith

Posted on 21/06/2016


Invited One Show Audience

The One Show is seeking audience to watch our live shows. We would like to invite staff students and members of Drama groups to watch the show we have slots available to watch the show from July 4th –beginning of August.

We are based at BBC’s New Broadcasting House which is five minutes from Oxford Circus. We broadcast at 7pm and so usually get audience to arrive between 6 -6.30pm.

If anyone is interested they can email me directly on or else and I can arrange this for them and provide the necessary details and free tickets. You can of course bring family members and friends along and can plan ahead for future shows.

Rio Gayle

BBC Television

Posted on 21/06/2016


The Bridge

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The Bridge

Posted on 20/06/2016


Can anyone out there in amdram land help us??

Sudbury Dramatic Society

Sudbury Dramatic Society


Heartbreak House by Bernard Shaw, the Sudbury Dramatic Society November production at The Quay Theatre is sending out a plea! Director Trevor Laver has a cast of 10 and 8 of those parts have been filled at the recent auditions.
However, Director Trevor Laver, who has directed some outstanding productions at The Quay, is short of two older men to play the parts of
• Mazzini – a mild-mannered filed businessman and
• Billy – a similar aged burglar with a family secret
So come on all you frustrated thespians out there, if you are interested contact Trevor at or pop in or ring the Quay theatre on 01787 374745 and leave a message and we will contact you.
Heartbreak House will be set against the backdrop of World War II, spotlighting a society on the brink of change and rehearsals will start at The Quay in September.

Posted on 17/06/2016


Unusual Request

Hi there

Apologies for bizarre request in advance!

I am in process of arranging a stag do in Gloucester on Friday the 24th June and would like to arrange for 1 or 2 faux army sergeant majors to match the stag 1.5 miles through town to the pub where we will be based for the evening. The whole episode would take less than 30 minutes and I am happy to pay £75 to any of your aspiring dramatists if they would like to volunteer to provide us with a make believe regimental sergeant major to meet us at the station and then scream and shout at the stag and get him to high knees jog or crawl or march to our first bar.

If anyone might be interested please could you let me know? The train arrives at 1930 so we would be all finished by 2000.

Thanks in advance!

Andrew Moreton

Posted on 17/06/2016


BBC1 Series: Living With the Doctor

BBC1 Series: Living With the Doctor
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My name’s Ellie and I’m a Casting Assistant Producer at Studio Lambert, the BAFTA winning production company behind shows such as Gogglebox, Undercover Boss and Doctor in the House. We are producing a new family health television series for BBC One which will follow our resident GP, Dr Rangan Chatterjee, as he immerses himself in the lives of British families.

We are reaching out to families in which one or more family members are living with ongoing health issues; no matter how minor they may seem. From weight concerns to bad backs, insomnia to fatigue, stress to over doing it with alcohol, our doctor would work with the family for an extended period of time to support them in making positive changes that could potentially make a huge difference to their health and family life.

The average GP appointment in the UK is only 8-10 minutes, so our aim is to see what affect our doctor can have on the health of a family with a more personal, tailored and one on one approach during a series of health visits done in the comfort of their very own home.

If you happen to know anybody who you think might be interested in being considered, we would really appreciate it if you could pass on our details.

We hope that this would prove to be a fun, informative and valuable experience for the participating families that could potentially really change the way they live their lives.

We can be reached on 0203 040 6828 (standard charges apply and we can call you/them straight back to save your phone bills) or alternatively email us at

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions at all or you think of anyone who should be considered for the programme.

Many thanks for your help,

Ellie Priestman | Assistant Producer
STUDIO LAMBERT | 1 Denmark Street | London | WC2H 8LP
+44 (0)20 3040 6828 |

Posted on 17/06/2016



Greyscale Theatre Company
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Need some space this summer?

Hire our bright, airy 110 metre square studio in the centre of Newcastle for only £35 per day.

Greyscale studio is available for dates throughout June, July and August for a special rate of £10 an hour or:

Full day, Mon - Fri, 10am - 5pm ........ £35 per day

Full week, Mon - Fri, 10am - 5pm ...... £175 per week

The studio is ideal for rehearsals, work in progress showings, workshops and meetings.

The space has a carpeted floor, air conditioning and free wifi. There are chairs and a table in the space, yoga mats and a bluetooth sound system for your private use.

It is fully accessible by wheelchair, with lift access via the main entrance. You also have use of the kitchen facilities with kettle, toaster and microwave. There are accessible toilets on the same floor.

We offer flexibility and will try to accommodate requests for weekend/out of hours hire wherever possible - just ask and we will do our best to accommodate you.

For more information and bookings email or Click here.

Posted on 15/06/2016


Extras Wanted for Feature Film in Scotland

POP Casting

POP CAsting

My name is Amanda. I work for casting company called POP and we are looking for people based in/near Glasgow and Edinburgh who would be interested in some Extras work for a feature film and other projects shooting in Scotland. It is paid extras work with flexible dates and we are open to anyone and everyone, 17yrs+.

Some of our recent work includes Star Wars 7 and Spectre and there are multiple productions (film, tv and commercials) currently filming in Glasgow.

Paid work on Feature film for Glasgow/Edinburgh based Extras

POP the casting company behind Star Wars 7 and Spectre are looking for males & females 17yrs+, any ethnicty and any body type for paid work as extras on a feature film.

No on set exp required & no fee to join

Apply ASAP at for an invite to register with us.

Questions? Contact us at

Posted on 15/06/2016


Casting for Commercials

We're looking to cast 4x actors in non speaking roles for 4x commercials; 2 male, 2 female.

We're filming in Bristol and keen to use local talent if possible.

Details are:

Sub: Casting for non speaking roles

We're shooting 4 x commercials in Bristol, 2 with a female lead and 2 with a male lead. All characters are non speaking.

The shoots are 1 day per commercial in total, filmed between 21-24 June.

Contact Sama Alyasiri on / 07891 724455

Posted on 14/06/2016


Will you be dining out this summer?

Banbury Cross Players

Banbury Cross Players Photographs courtesy and copyright of Jim Muller Photography with thanks to Hylton at the Moon & Sixpence, Hanwell.

Banbury Cross Players invite you to a different type of “Feast” this July when they present a smorgasbord of performance to satisfy your theatrical appetite.
In a change from the single full length play, BCP’s July production at The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury, consists of three one act plays.

David Tristram’s “Peas” sees Daisy and Gerry as the first couple trying out a new online dating agency – just how successful has the computer been at matching their interests?

In David Tristram’s “The Extraordinary Revelations of Orca the Goldfish”, Henry and Alice overcome the mundane in their marriage by drifting off into fantasy – which they happily and hysterically share with the audience.

Harold Pinter’s “The Dumb Waiter” is a sharp, claustrophobic, urban thriller; a humorous and provocative story of two hit men as they wait in a basement for their next assignment.

Do come and gorge yourself on this theatrical Feast – running from 13-16 July 2016, curtain up 7.45pm.

Tickets available now from The Mill Arts Centre Box Office on 01295 279002 or

For more information contact Linda Shaw,

Posted on 13/06/2016


Congratulations and Thanks

SAMS (Stamford Amateur Musical Society)

As Curtis gets used to life in the South Philadelphia penitentiary, Joey, T.J and Pablo start their new business venture selling "sacramental wine", Deloris starts her romance with Eddie, whilst Mother Superior and Monsignor O'Hara receive special recognition from the Pope, all the Nuns from the Queen of Angels Church take sanctuary in their newly formed choir and church discotheque it's time to thank all involved in SAMS production of Sister Act on such a fabulous week.

Thanks to all at Stamford Corn Exchange Theatre for making us feel so welcome, and for all your help with Box Office and ticket sales. Special mention to Sam & Jack for their wonderful work with our lighting effects.

To our Stage Manager, Malcolm Holmes, his Stage Crew, Scenery and Backstage helpers - you ensured all our shows ran smoothly between scenes and that all characters got into their costumes swiftly and without drama.

Our Front of House team, Publicity and Marketing for all their hard work promoting the show and displaying banners, posters throughout Rutland Areas. Huge thanks to Sharon Middleton for coordinating it all, and also to Rob Persani and Rutland Radio for your coverage and interviews. Thanks to Roythorne's Solicitors for your kind sponsorship and to all our advertisers for your support and our patrons for your donations.

Adding visual impact to our wonderful show were all our amazing, funky, groovy and chic costumes. Thanks Jo Henderson for making it happen and for all the behind scenes and endless hours sewing you did.

Massive thanks to everyone in the cast for your dedication and devotion throughout rehearsals. Every scene, and each song was performed to such very high standards - it was evident to see the enjoyment on all your faces and to hear the confidence in every note and with every dance move. Not singling anyone out, as everyone was simply brilliant - but WELL DONE Di Lander for your superb performances and for your scintillating character interpretation of Deloris Van Cartier.

Appreciation and acknowledgements to all on our committee who dedicate their time to ensure SAMS are able to perform each year.

The brilliant orchestra and our Musical Director, Reece Crane, for playing a fantastic backing track throughout every performance - it sounded awesome.

No production is possible without direction. Nicola Sandall you should be justly proud of your achievements. Sister Act was a first class show. Your enthusiasm, dedication and professionalism; guiding us all at rehearsals shone through with each and every performance from our cast. Our audience showed their recognition and appreciation with standing ovations and rave reviews from all that came to see it.

Finally, thank you, our audience. Your continued support provides us the opportunity to produce high quality shows for your entertainment. As your support grows, so too does our ability to produce more professional productions. We look forward to seeing you all again at our next show!

Adrian Worgan

Posted on 12/06/2016


Australian playwright requires male actor from Bristol for Skint Theatre Festival

It's Kieran Carroll here, a playwright from Melbourne, Australia. I've had a short play (12 mins) accepted by the people at the Skint Theatre Festival which is taking place on July 22 and 23 at The Island Venue in Bristol.

My play is called Australia's Oldest Man and it requires a middle-aged to older male actor. It's a comic monologue and is a lot of fun to play. The piece also requires a cameo at the end from a female who is the long suffering wife. Age is not so vital for this role.

Please email by Sunday 20th June if you are interested in the part.

Thanking you, Kieran

Posted on 12/06/2016



Bodega Bay
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We are casting PAID FILM EXTRAS for a Major Feature Film which will be shooting in Dorset late July for 1 week.

We really want to get as many local people involved in the film as possible and we need hundreds of people. It's a great opportunity for anyone remotely interested in film and TV or simply anyone who would like the experience on a film set and earn some extra cash!

If you, or anyone you know, would like to be a part of this exciting new project and get paid for it then please come along to the Open Castings! If you can't make either of the castings, not to worry just register via our website

We are holding an Open Casting in Swanage on Sat 18th June and in Weymouth on Sat 25th June and this will be an opportunity for anyone to come along and get seen by the casting department.

What we are looking for...

Men & Women 16yrs and over with period looks of the 1920's
You must have the right to work in the UK.
No experience is necessary.
All work is paid.

Jessica Osborne Lax
Casting Booker
2020 Casting Limited

Posted on 10/06/2016


Come Dine with Me

come dine with me
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Couples Come Dine With Me are looking for couples in the Birmingham Area.

Contact: or 0207 157 4619

Clare Callan
12 Yard Productions

Posted on 09/06/2016


**CASTING NOW** POPULAR BBC DRAMA filming in Wales and the South West

Mad Dog Casting

Particularly looking for people of Black, Asian, South East Asian, and Indian ethnicity.

All roles are PAID.

For more information and to apply visit

Posted on 08/06/2016


BBC2 quiz show Eggheads


12 Yard Productions are looking for teams of 6 with quizzing knowhow to take part in the 18th series of the popular BBC2 quiz show Eggheads and would like to hear from anyone who might be interested in applying for the show.

Eggheads is a game in which 5 members of the public face general knowledge goliaths and try to beat them for a cash prize. When the Eggheads win, the money rolls over to the next show. Often a huge amount of money can be at stake.

Each team will consist of 5 team members and 1 standby, so we need teams of at least 6 people. We are holding nationwide auditions over the coming weeks and months. We are keen to find teams from all over the UK.

Email or write to Eggheads Applications, 12 Yard Productions, The Huib G7, 70 Pacific Quay, Glasgow GS1 1DZ

Download the application form here

Posted on 08/06/2016


Retro Fundraising 300 Help Required

I wondered if you could post to local drama clubs around Martock for me please? I've been to a few classic cars shows/festivals this year and seen actors putting on funny acts dressed up vintage and having a game of cricket that sort of thing, posing with old vehicles and wondered if any local clubs would like to come along to our fundraiser on Sunday 3 July in Martock, this will be our fourth show and always looking for new activities. Hope to hear from you soon. Kirstie
Retro Fundraising 300
Cavalcade & Display.
Purchase online now.
Open to all makes & models of vehicle pre 1998.
Kirstie Hellings
Contact via via Facebook

Posted on 07/06/2016


Funding for Research Project

I am an Italian / English teacher who loves the theatre and who has performed as an amateur actress both in Italian and in English.I have applied for a Master’s by research in teaching Italian as a foreign language through drama and theatre at the University of Birmingham. You may wonder what my e-mail is for and I will get to the point: I was wondering whether you knew of any charities or trusts or organisations that might be interested in funding my research. If I get the Masters I will also love to join one of the drama groups as a member.

I look forward to hearing from you
Yours faithfully
Emma De Paoli

Posted on 06/06/2016


Greater Manchester Drama Federation

2016 Full Length Festival Nominations
The 2015 - 2016 Full Length Festival Nominations

The nominations are here, congratulations and well done everybody.

The winners will be announced at the Awards Night Dinner which will be held on Saturday 9th July 2016 at The Last Drop Hotel at Bromley Cross, Bolton.

Tickets are £30 and all details are here.

If your Society has nominations would you please observe Rule No.10
A representative of each competing Society must attend the presentation ceremony at Awards Night. If this is not possible, the Federation Hon.Secretary must be informed at least 7 days in advance so that arrangements can be made for a representative to be appointed to accept any awards on the absent Society’s behalf.

Member societies, please don't forget the Board Award Nominations, the Criteria are here, but if you wish to make a nomination you really need to get a wiggle on and let Sue have your nomination in the next two or three days at the very outside. Thank you.

Posted on 05/06/2016


Chelmsford Young Generation Amateur Musical Society (CYGAMS)

Chelmsford Young Generation Amateur Musical Society

Young Gen seeking boys for production of Oliver!

Young Gen seeking boys for Fagin's gang...can you pick a pocket or two?

Are you a boy (or girl) between the ages of 8 and 18 who would love to get involved in putting on a show? This could be your chance! Open auditions are on Saturday June 18th from 9.30am – contact our Membership Secretary Jan Toland on Tel: 01245 266492 / 07889 488771 if you are interested and want to know more, or contact us through our website by clicking on the ‘Get Involved’ tab on our home page.

Posted on 04/06/2016


Group wanted to perform A Midsummers Night Dream

My name is Domenica Hall and I am the Community Engagement Coordinator for St. Monica Trust Westbury-on-Trym. I am planning a’ Midsummers Night Dream’ night with medieval banquet , I have also booked Music group playing Medieval music with instruments , which they would have used at that time. I was hoping to find an amateur group who could play a short extract from Hamlet’s Midsummer Night's Dream to celebrate Shakespeare’s work and mark the 400th Anniversary of his death.

The event will be taking place on 11 August at St Monica trust, Westbury Fields.

I hope that you could help me find an amateur group interested to put on a short play.

Domenica Hall

Domenica Hall
Community Engagement Co-ordinator
Domenica Hall
Tel 0117 377 3840
Cricket Lane, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, BS10 6TU

Posted on 04/06/2016


Shakespeare Loving Volunteers Required

We’re a professional theatre company based in Reading and from the 15th – 25th June we’re putting on Twelfth Night in Henley, outdoors on Mill Meadows.

At the event we require some Front of House support and wondered whether any of your members might be interested in offering their services. In return, we’d be thrilled to offer a free ticket for a friend or family member as well as our undying love.

We often work with community actors and run many internship and work experience opportunities for those younger actors or backstage staff who are interested in going on to work in the profession.

If you’re able to pass the information on then we’d be extremely grateful.

Many Thanks,


Toby Davies

Posted on 04/06/2016


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