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Auditions opportunity for local children

PUBLISHED: 08:00 02 August 2008 | UPDATED: 09:30 11 May 2010

TALENTED children from across the region are being offered the chance to be a part of Lowestoft's first major pantomime in over half a century when producers hold auditions later this month.

TALENTED children from across the region are being offered the chance to be a part of Lowestoft's first major pantomime in over half a century when producers hold auditions later this month.

UK Productions Ltd is auditioning juvenile and senior dancers at the Marina Theatre on Wednesday, August 13 for their forthcoming production of Peter Pan.

Two sets of eight boys, no taller than 4ft 10in, are required to play John, Michael and the Lost Boys and two sets of six girls, no younger than seven or taller than 4ft 8in, are required to perform as the junior ensemble. Senior boys and girls, aged 16 and over and taller than 5ft 2in, are also required. A high standard of ballet and jazz is essential and choreographer Joanne Day will teach a set dance routine to the dancers on the day.

Successful candidates will be required for rehearsals from Monday, December 1, with the full rehearsal and performance schedule up to January 4 to be confirmed.

For more information and to register contact Jacqui Dale on 01502 533205 or email info@marinatheatre.co.uk by Wednesday. All applications to audition must be made through the child's dance or stage school and not on an individual basis.

Peter Pan stars Emmerdale's Ken Farrington and GMTV Toonattik's Jamie Rickers, and will run for four weeks at the Marina from December 11. For tickets call the box office on 01502 533200.


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