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Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds seeks young cast members for Goodnight Mister Tom production

PUBLISHED: 07:12 14 May 2018 | UPDATED: 07:16 14 May 2018

The Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds is looking for young cast members for a production of Goodnight Mister Tom as part of its summer school project. Picture: THEATRE ROYAL

The Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds is looking for young cast members for a production of Goodnight Mister Tom as part of its summer school project. Picture: THEATRE ROYAL

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The successful summer school project at the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds is back with a brand new production of Michelle Magorian’s Goodnight Mister Tom.

Following the success of last year’s Our Day Out: The Musical, the project gives young people an exciting opportunity to work either on stage alongside a professional cast or behind the scenes with the theatre’s technical teams.

The summer school runs from Monday, July 30, until Saturday, September 8, encompassing the whole run of the show – Friday, August 24 to – Saturday, September 8 – and has been opened out to young people aged from nine to 20-years-old.

The first stage of auditions have already taken place but the theatre is still looking for talented boys and girls aged 10-13, who can act and sing to play key roles in the production.

The successful applicants will need to be available from July 30 right through the summer – and including all of the scheduled performances.

The next round of auditions will take place on Monday, June 4, from 6.30pm-9pm.

Interested applicants can contact natalie@theatreroyal.org

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