LHK Youth Theatre announce change to upcoming Open Auditions

LHK Youth Theatre announce change to upcoming Open Auditions

by Culture Liverpool

LHK Youth Theatre, one of Liverpool’s hottest youth theatre companies, recently announced they are holding open auditions for stars of their next production.

The auditions, which take place this week on Sunday 29 April at The Liner Hotel from 12pm, will still be going ahead as previously stated – but the production has been changed to the classic musical Bugsy Malone, instead of previously announced A Christmas Carol and Elf.

Interested male and female performers aged 6-19 are welcome to attend the open auditions for the production that will be coming to The Epstein Theatre this November.

There is no need to book an audition slot, registration will take place on the day; all audition material will be provided, and all applicants will be asked to sing a verse and chorus of a song of their choice. Roles for the full cast will be available.

LHK Youth Theatre is run by LHK Productions – one of the most acclaimed and unique theatre and pantomime production companies in the UK.

Formed in 2005, LHK Productions has quickly put its stamp on the UK’s theatre scene hosting countless shows in some of the biggest and most prestigious venues in the country.

LHK Productions Managing Director, Lee Kelly said: “After careful consideration we decided that changing the title to Bugsy Malone was the right choice. It has proven hugely popular with our audiences previously, and it has some fantastic musical and dance numbers which really let the young performers shine!

“I am very excited to welcome all of our auditionees this week! We have an abundance of talented performers and rising young stars in Merseyside, and I can’t wait to see who we get walk through the doors this year!”

Do not miss this exciting opportunity to join Liverpool’s renowned youth theatre company for their next production, staged at one of Liverpool’s best loved theatres.

For further information about the auditions please contact [email protected]

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