Auditions are to be held at Layton Concert Hall, 1 Granby Ave, Blackpool, FY3 7HG
"AUDITION PROMO" Promo Video by ADRIAN PATRICK
"Alice In Wonderland" will be performing at The Grand Theatre Blackpool 25/26 january 2019
Audition dates & times…
Friday 7th September 2018:
5:30 - 6:30pm - Group C (please book audition in advance)
7:00 - 8:00pm - Group P (please book audition in advance)
Saturday 8th September 2018:
5:00 - 5:45pm Group B (please book audition in advance)
6:00pm - 7:00pm Group F (please book audition in advance)
Sunday 9th September 2018:
11:00 - 12:45pm Group B (No need to book - just turn up)
12:15 - 1:15pm Group F (No need to book - just turn up)
1:45 - 2:45pm Group C (No need to book - just turn up)
3:15 - 4:15pm Group P (No need to book - just turn up)
Group B - Reception - Year 2
Group F - Year 3 - 6
Group C - Year 7 - 9
Group P - Year 10 - 11 and 16 - 18 years
Nothing needs to be prepared for these auditions. If successful, rehearsals will start from Sunday 23rd September 2018. Anyone wishing to audition for principal roles, please attend the initial auditions. If successful you will be given the information for the principal auditions, which will be held Sunday 16th September 2018.
If you wish to audition on the Friday or Saturday sessions, please book in advance. The is no need to book for Sundays session - please feel free to turn up (you only need to attend 1 audition)
We dropped in on a rehearsal last night and filmed an impromptu Trailer!
Friday & Saturday at Blackpool’s Grand Theatre Studio. A Willow Theatre Productions (in association with Cou-Cou Theatre Productions) Presentation.
Featuring an all-female cast, this beautifully touching and exceptionally poignant play by Amanda Whittington entertains, consoles and inspires.
It’s 1964 but the sixties aren’t swinging for Mary Adams: 19-years-old, unmarried and seven months pregnant. She is forcibly sent in secrecy and shame, by a mother intent on keeping up appearances, to St. Saviours, a Church of England mother-and-baby home run by a formidable Matron.
With scenes interlaced with well-known songs from the female icons of the sixties, such as The Ronettes and The Dixie Cups, Be My Baby has a nostalgic feel about it.
“You don’t have to be young, female or unmarried to find it intensely touching” The Times
Friday 17th August 8pm and Saturday 18th August 3pm and 8pm. Tickets £11, Concessions £2 off. To book tickets for Willow Theatre Productions’ Be My Baby, visit www.blackpoolgrand.co.uk/event/be-my-baby/, call 01253 290190 or visit the Grand Theatre box office on Church Street.