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Email Press & Marketing Manager Nione Meakin on nione@nightingaletheatre.co.uk to list here.

Posted: Jan 6, 2014

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Actors wanted

Root Experience are seeking to recruit a company of actors to create The Rise and Fall of Geo
Goynes – an interactive theatre experience based on urban gaming which takes places across the
streets of London in March 2014.

The company will consist of 3 Master Thieves each guiding a group of up to seven audience
members through their world and conducting a ‘heist’ and keeping audience members in
character as the thieves throughout the game play. Performances will take place face to face
and over digital devices.

We are also looking for a group of world-creators, who encounter the teams out on the streets
and endow audience members with character and narrative.

Set five years in the future, the rise of quantum computing has led to infinite processing power,
making it possible for every personal computing device to be tracked at all times. As all this
data smashes together, processors strain to make sense of the world, resulting in random
‘insights’ heard through computers – messages from the world of data, predicting the future.

Geo Goynes, a famous hacker, has begun working with these ‘insights’. Teams of thieves are
gathering, ready to strike and hijack her Oracle program for their own ends.

Root Experience are looking for actors with the following interests:

− Improvisation and storytelling
− Performing in site-specific locations
− Direct interaction with audience members

Actors must also be comfortable performing and interacting with audience members face to face
in close proximity and using a bluetooth earpiece connected to a conference call. Training in the
use of the equipment will be provided.

Auditions will take place on Saturday, Jan 25th and Sunday, Jan 26th.

Visit: http://www.rootexperience.co.uk for full details.

 

 

Posted: Thursday, Nov 28, 2013

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Child performer needed (11 – 13 years old) for Vincent Dance Theatre production

Vincent Dance Theatre is one of the UK’s leading touring companies, making exciting, provocative experimental performance work that tours the UK and abroad. We are looking for a grounded young performer age 11-13 years old, who can play the violin at Grade 3 or above, with performance and movement experience.

An audition/workshop will be held from 1-6pm on Saturday 7th December in the Roof Studio at Siobhan Davies Studios in London.

The successful performer will take on an exceptional role in VDT’ Motherland show, an experimental production that has been touring to critical acclaim since autumn 2012. Motherland is touring the UK again in spring 2014. The role includes partnering in a duet with an adult male performer, talking directly to the audience and to other performers on stage and playing violin live with three experienced musicians. VDT provides a safe and nurturing environment for young performers who join the company. The successful person will be open to the unique aesthetic of this production – it requires emotional intelligence, curiosity and a quiet understanding, rather than the usual ‘jazz hands/stage school’ approach to performance.

We employ children under strict UK Employment Law and all members of the company are CRB checked. Fees for the role are available on request.

For further information about the work see www.motherland.org.uk

For more info and to sign up contact admin@vincentdt.com or call the VDT office 0114 2210369. If you would like to discuss the work with the Artistic Director Charlotte Vincent please call the office to arrange.

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Film Hub South East Project Manager wanted

Film Hub South East is a four-year project funded by the British Film Institute dedicated to advancing film culture and developing film audiences in the region. Working in the Faculty of Arts, based at Grand Parade, the Hub’s Manager will have responsibility for leading the Project and managing the Hub staff team. You will have a track record of successful project management and excellent knowledge of relevant audience development practices.  You will have good knowledge of either the film industry or the cultural sector and be able to work both strategically and creatively. You will need to have evidence of a career path that has involved progressively more demanding roles and responsibilities.  The Manager will be the ‘public face’ of the Film Hub. The post is full time and fixed-term until March 2017, subject to a satisfactory annual performance review by the British Film Institute. Job sharers welcome and the University’s benefits include 25 days annual leave.  Full outline of benefits in job description.

from £27,854 to £31,331 per annum

Ref: AF5107      Closing date:  

Tuesday 3 December 2013

Interviews are to be held on Thursday 12 December 2013

For full job description and application form please go to the University of Brighton jobs page

 https://www.brighton.ac.uk/humanresources/jobs.html

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 26, 2013

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Quit Playing With Yourself – commission for solo artists

A commission for solo artists who are interested in expanding the boundaries of what one person can do on stage. We want to ask where the ensembles have gone, particularly in Queer work. How do we get more people on stage when we can’t afford it? Look to the audience, technology or is there something we just haven’t thought of yet.

We are interested in finding artists making Queer work to help us find the answer.

We want to commission two new ideas to be realised as innovative performances. In spring 2013, two artists will benefit from residency time in Brighton and London, and will present a series of work in progress performances (as part of a double bill) in both cities.

We encourage applications from artists working across a wide range of live performance disciplines; including theatre, dance and new writing. We hope that the commissioned artists will share their methodologies and networks to help develop each others’ professional practice. We anticipate that these seed commissions will have a future touring life. Each commission includes a fee and development time and space in London and Brighton.

See pinkfringe.wordpress.com/2013/11/26/quit-playing-with-yourself/ for full details.

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Ballet teacher wanted

Marina Studios are looking for a fabulous ballet teacher to join us on Saturday mornings. Must be great at teaching beginner ballet to children. Please contact Annelies Omari for more details

http://www.marinastudios.co.uk

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Loop: Casting Call

Auditions for one male and one female for short student film, filming between January and April 2014.

Auditions will be held on Saturday 7th December, 2pm. Alternatively, if you cannot make this date we will have an extra session on Tuesday 10th December, 5pm.

Location : Drama Studio, School of Media, Film and Music, University of Sussex, Silverstone Building, Arts Road, Falmer, East Sussex, BN1 9RG

Synopsis: A man forced to live everyday twice uses his extra day to perfect the next, however he soon realises he cannot control everything that is happening in his life.

The production is part of a student project and will be assessed. It will also be submitted to film festivals, and have an online presence.

If interested, please contact:    loop.filmproject@gmail.com/ Beth: 07853006091

 

Posted: 26th February 2013

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Marina Tsartsara has got a beautiful new website, made by designer Marcos del Rey, advertising her performance videography, creativity workshops and tailored private performances. Have a look at www.mayflydv.com

Image: Mayfly 2012, all rights reserved.

Posted: 7th September 2012

Molly and Me are looking for choir members who would like to be part of a work in progress showing of REQUIEM 21 at The Nightingale Theatre on the 21st Sep 2102, 6pm.

Open to people of all ages and experience – Amateurs, professionals and bathroom crooners. We will be exploring a range of music genres from pop, hymns, and absurd ditties to heavy metal.

REQUIEM 21 is a show, which will look back on the last twelve years of the 21st century and ask ourselves where have we ended up? With an absurdist ritual of song, text, dance and musical instruments, Molly and Me will dissect each year from 2001 to 2012.

It is a playful elegy for our times and we need singing help to bring it all together!

The choir will help the audience to sing with us, and will also be part of simple compositions; learning certain melodies and harmonies that play a key role in the show.

This is a great opportunity to be part of a project that will be fun. Requiem 21 is supported by the Arts council England and the Danish Arts council. There is the opportunity to continue singing for the project if desired, but not expected, as we will be showing the full production at The Yard, London 2-4th October and other venues in 2013.

Molly and Me are from Copenhagen and Brighton making singing and performance projects for Europe and the UK.

http://www.molly-and-me.com

Rehearsal time: Sunday 16th September 4pm- 8pm

21st September 3pm onwards.

For more information and signing up please contact:

mollyandme@molly-and-me.com

Tel. 07720758152

Posted: 3rd August 2012

You can get special preview tickets to this world premiere at Chichester Festival Theatre’s outdoor pop up venue Theatre On The Fly from the 15-17 August at 8pm.

Posted: 12th June 2012

Building on the their work in supporting artists, The Point, Eastleigh is seeking applications for its Associate Artist Scheme as part of its Making Space programme. The scheme aims to support the creative practice and strategic development of 4 artists/companies working in a performance context. This can include theatre, live art, cabaret, dance, new writing, aerial work, street theatre and site specific/outdoor.

See the full Making Space call out here

Posted: 15th May 2012

The new and revolutionary acting method P.E.M. is coming to Brighton! The
Perdekamp Emotional Method P.E.M. offers the most effective triggers to
emotions. Actors in New York, London, Johannesburg, Hamburg and many other
cities are using P.E.M. with the greatest results. Actor and director
Robert Holden is now bringing the P.E.M. to this year’s Fringe Festival!

Drop-in classes and intensive training will take place from Friday, 18 May
2012, to Thursday, 24 May 2012. Please find the invitation and more
information attached!

Furthermore, we would like to send you the link to the video report of our
last workshop in London, where students and actors talk about their
experiences: P.E.M. video <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3a_XMINbszs>

Since this might be rather useful information, we would like to ask you to
forward this to your actors, directors and employees.

We are looking forward to hearing back from you or seeing you there!

Posted: Thursday 10th May 2012

Male Actor required for local Theatre Project

Friends Families and Travellers are a national charity based in Brighton working on behalf of Gypsies and Travellers. We are launching a new project ‘Crystal’s Vardo’ a play for 7-11 year olds to be performed in local schools, we have performances booked at The Pavilion Theatre and in London. We are looking for one male actor to play a wide range of characters. Rehearsals are due to commence the week beginning 25sthMay, with the first performance on 26th June. Expenses will be paid for rehearsals and a fee for performances. Please contact Suzanna as soon as possible at suzanna@gypsy-traveller.org or ring on 01273 234821 for further details.


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