Other Mid-Sussex Auditions

Some other upcoming local auditions that may be of interest to our members and friends.*

Click on the appropriate link for more details.


Not quite an audition (but that would be part of the process)  but singers may well want to consider this opportunity to be prepared and filmed in this TV pilot for one spectacular performance, as listed in our News Blog.


Hurst Players are still looking to cast some roles for Hobson’s Choice  which will form part of the Hurst Fertival in September.

More male cast members are needed – some who can pass for under 35 on stage and some who can play more mature men.

Most of the parts are not too big, but it is a big cast compared with a typical Hurst Player show.

Hobson’s Choice  is a classic of the British comedy genre and is the story of an irascible widower’s battle to be master in his own house with three strong-minded daughters who have their own ideas.

There are still some male roles to fill – some who can pass for under 35 on stage and some who can play more mature men.

(An outline of all the roles can be downloaded here and you can also download the script for free from Project Gutenburg!)

For more details please contact the director Bob Sampson or telephone him on 01273 833397.


Lancing Rep have announced  auditions for their next Panto –  Frankenstein The Pantomime (18th-20th January 2018)

Auditions will be 7.30pm on Wednesday 26th July, & 2pm on Sunday 30th July -. For more details se link above  or on Facebook


If you get in touch with anyone please tell them you found them via CDS’s auditions listings!

CDS provides this information for information only and makes no representations about the events and societies linked to.

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