Saturday, March 15, 2014

Open auditions for BBC Drama


Hancock Stevenson Casting are holding open auditions in London and Glasgow on the following dates:

LONDON - Thursday 20 March 2014. From 5pm - 8pm
Courtyard Theatre
Bowling Green Walk, 40 Pitfield Street, N1 6EU. The nearest Tube is Old Street.

GLASGOW - Saturday 22 March 2014. From 10am - 4pm
Film City
401 Govan Road, Glasgow, G51 2QJ. Film City is close to Ibrox subway station.

All auditionees must be available for the production period: 7 April - 11 May.
Filming is in Glasgow.

The film is based on the true story of the Glasgow Girls, a group of teenage girls who led a powerful human rights campaign about the treatment of asylum seekers in Scotland in 2005 and were credited with helping to change government policy.

PARTICIPATION RESTRICTIONS. This call is only open to people who fit the following descriptions:

ROLE 1. Female from Somalia. She is quiet, thoughtful and has immense inner-strength. She speaks good English and a little Arabic. She should be able to sing well. 16-17 years old.

ROLE 2. Female, Roma Gypsy from Eastern Europe. She speaks good English with an Eastern European/Scottish accent. 16-17 years old.

ROLE 3. Female from Iraq. She speaks very good English with a Middle-Eastern accent. She's educated, intelligent and mature. 16-17 years old.

ROLE 4. Male. Speaks with an Eastern European accent. 16-17 years old.

ROLE 5. Male. Scottish. An aggressive , working-class white kid. 16-17 years old.

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