Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Open casting in Brixton

OPEN CALL CASTING FOR TV DRAMA

We are currently casting for a 4-part drama for Channel 4.

We are holding an open call on SATURDAY 15th JANUARY between 12pm – 5pm at The Brix at St Matthews, St Matthews Church, Brixton Hill, London SW2 1JF

At present, we are looking for the following:

Boy – 14-16 yrs old, Black, working class Londoner.

Boy – 14-16 yrs old, of Turkish descent, working class Londoner.

We cannot stress enough that;

NO PREVIOUS ACTING EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY
(just a willingness to come along and try out, nothing ventured nothing gained.) At this stage it will just be a short informal chat on camera, and we can tell you more about the process.

For those who go on to be in the series this will be fully paid work.

Des Hamilton Casting are known in the film industry for launching the careers of kids and adults who have never acted before, most notably Thomas Turgoose in ‘This is England’ and Jack McElhone in ‘Dear Frankie’. Other recent credits include ‘The Firm’, ‘Bronson’ and ‘Bullet Boy’.



For further information email rachael@deshamilton.com

http://www.deshamilton.com

9 comments:

  1. hello can u be from birmingham to audition for the roles

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  2. Ideally they're looking for Londoners

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  3. are there still audittions for the girls role

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  4. They're just looking for these roles at the moment.

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  5. I see it will be shown on channel 4, would you say this is terrestrial TV?

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  6. Will a well known actor be playing the protagonist?

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  7. Since the open casting is in London, will the filming also take place in London?

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  8. Yes, they're looking for Londoners, it's set in Hackney.

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