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Jack and the Beanstalk Young Chorus

Application Closing Date: 13 May 2024

All slots for Jack and the Beanstalk Young Chorus auditions are now fully booked. If you would like to join the waiting list, please complete the form.

This year’s Nottingham Playhouse pantomime is Jack and the Beanstalk, which will be written and directed by Adam Penford, Nottingham Playhouse’s Artistic Director. Adam will be working with an exciting creative team including Cleo Pettitt, who is designing fabulous sets and costumes for the show, and John Morton, the Playhouse Panto’s legendary Musical Director.

We are looking for young performers from Nottingham and the local surrounding area, and who reflect the rich diversity of our city, to form our Young Chorus. The Chorus will perform alongside the professional actors in the panto.

To apply, you must be aged between 9 and 15 years old as of 4 November 2024, and be available in Nottingham for rehearsals and performances from 4 November 2024 to 18 January 2025. You don’t need any prior performance experience – just energy, enthusiasm and commitment. To avoid disappointment, please check that you fulfil the requirements in the callout pack before applying. You must not fall outside the age span specified, or you will not be able to obtain a performance licence

We are holding a workshop audition day on Saturday 1 June 2024 to select two teams of six young people, plus two reserves, to appear onstage as the Young Chorus. The reserves will be on standby to cover within each team and also have two guaranteed performances.

Please download and carefully read the callout pack below.

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