Less than two weeks to go.....!
West End star Vicki Lee Taylor is on her way to us to lead our ANNIE THEATRE CAMP this Easter.
Why are SING SPACE courses so unique? Well, here's a little more about our ethos:
Our camp leaders have come straight from the West End cast, offering the highest quality of training and insights from the professional rehearsal and performance space.
We always limit our numbers because we believe that every single child deserves one-to-one attention.
We craft the show around our participants, to challenge them as they learn new skills and and to show off their current strengths and passions.
We know that learning happens best in a place of confidence, so we're here to support each individual as they learn to express themselves and explore their creativity.
We LOVE musicals, LOVE, LOVE, LOVE musicals and want to share this love!!!!
For more information or to book, please visit Easter Courses for children
Local Mum, Catriona, makes the most beautiful hand painted illustrations, and gifts. Most of her work is commission based, including gorgeous new baby gifts, house portraits, illustrated maps, invitations and wedding stationery!
This week she's selling her Mother's Day cards, hand embellished in rose gold. She has two options and both can be hand delivered if you live on the Wimbledon park or Southfield's Grid.
Option one: Virtues of Motherhood: an illustration of flowers and plants which symbolise some of the incredible mamma skills. A5 size.
Option two: A spring wreath with a handwritten message in the middle (Happy Mother’s Day, unless you’d prefer Happy Mothering Sunday or another message of your choice!) A6 size.
Both are £4.
Etsy shop: www.etsy.com/uk/shop/CatrionaTyrwhittArt.
All information about the audition is from www.johawes.com. Applications should be made to Jo Hawes, following the guidelines in the picture below.
THE SECRET DIARY OF ADRIAN MOLE is at last getting its well deserved West End run. Casting will take place asap as rehearsals start at the end of April !! The production will play the Trafalgar Studios until September. Luke Sheppard will direct and head up the original creative team
Please make suggestions as a matter of urgency with the following information.
Nigel, his best friend| 12/14 | unbroken voice Nigel is a bit of a simpleton, but with an enormous, infectious energy. He believes everything he’s told and would absolutely jump off a cliff if you told him to. Strong comic potential here for a quirky, bright actor.
Pandora, a bright young thing| 12/14 | RP, soprano Pandora Braithwaite is absolutely super thank-you-very-much and everybody knows it from the second they meet her. Transferring to Adrian’s school from the local posh school, Pandora is fiercely ambitious; a young Maggie Thatcher dressed straight out of Vogue, with ‘hair the colour of treacle’. Beautiful, and with brains to match her looks, she has Adrian – and the audience – in the palm of her hand from the moment she arrives.
Barry Kent, the school bully | 12/14 | unbroken voice. A gruff, monosyllabic thug who bullies Adrian. Even the teachers are scared of him. Must be a strong presence, but also look the same age as the other children; part of the humour to the audience is of seeing a young schoolboy attempt to be menacing.
All information below is from www.jowhawes.com. All applications should be made to Jo Hawes following the guidelines below.
MARY POPPINS - TWO CHILDREN REQUIRED FOR A PRACTICALLY PERFECT NANNY
We are looking for bright, well-spoken children who can sing, act and dance well to play Jane and Michael Banks for the forthcoming production of Mary Poppins at the Prince Edward Theatre in London.
JANE BANKS – playing age 10 –12 years, maximum height 4’10”
MICHAEL BANKS – playing age 9 – 10 years, maximum height 4’8″
All boys must have unbroken voices, girls must be undeveloped and we cannot see children with fixed braces.
Auditions will take place in London on March 25, recalls on March 30 and final casting on April 10 All children must be available for al those dates and under no circumstances will we be seeing anyone via self tape. The production commences rehearsals on 2 September 2019.
All info below is from https://www.rsc.org.uk/news/childrens-casting-for-the-boy-in-the-dress Please enquire at the email below.
The Boy in a Dress Casting:
We are looking for eight boys to perform in our new musical The Boy in the Dress, which opens in November.
We will be looking to cast eight boys to share the roles of Dennis and Darvesh in our brand new musical adaptation of David Walliams’ book The Boy in the Dress later this year.
The RSC is a committed equal opportunities employer with responsible child safeguarding practices in place.
Create an original production based on, Annie, led by a star from the West End show!
VENUE: Aspire, Southfields, 337 Merton Road, SW18 5JU.
Times: 10am-4pm daily with a performance on the Friday at 2pm.
(Please enter the discount code: SIBLINGS when booking your sibling places)
For more info and to book go to MUSICAL THEATRE HOLIDAY CAMPS.
Vicki Lee Taylor, who's leading the course, appeared in Annie, as well as many other West End shows from Matilda to A Chorus Line!
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