LONDON 2012 SEEKS VOLUNTEER PERFORMERS FOR THE BIGGEST SHOW ON EARTH

26 Jan
26 Jan

LONDON 2012 SEEKS VOLUNTEER PERFORMERS FOR THE BIGGEST SHOW ON EARTH

Think you could perform in front of an audience of millions of people around the world? The search is on for volunteer performers within the Paralympic Opening and Closing Ceremonies.

Artistic Directors Jenny Sealey, Bradley Hemmings and Kim Gavin are searching for 5000 volunteer performers to fill roles as general all-round performers in the Paralympics Opening and Closing Ceremonies. To be eligible you must be aged 18 years or older on 1 March 2012 and able to meet the commitments for rehearsals.

As with the Olympic Ceremonies we’re looking for both disabled and non-disabled applicants and previous performance experience is not required; we’re really looking for enthusiasm and commitment. Anyone with a positive attitude, huge amounts of energy and a willingness to perform in front of a stadium audience and to millions of people around the world can apply for an audition. This is a great opportunity to take part in what will be the grand finale of the entire Games.

Don’t delay! To find out how to apply to audition and for full details on the commitments involved please follow the following link:

www.london2012.com/ceremoniescasting

Closing date for applications is 13 February 2012.

 

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