On Saturday 18 November, young hopefuls with a passion for acting, singing and dancing will once again be able to audition to earn a place in this year’s edition of A Week in the Life. Now in its fifth year, A Week in the Life offers local performing arts students the chance to train with some of the top West-End musical directors, choreographers, directors and vocal coaches who have, together, worked on numerous world-renowned shows, including Les Misèrables, The Phantom of The Opera, Miss Saigon, Billy Elliot, Matilda, The Lion King, Wicked and Hamilton. Those auditioning will be performing in front of a panel led by the London-based artistic director of the Margaret Howard Theatre College, Ben Darmanin, who was made an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music in the UK earlier this year, and whose production of Journey’s End in Belgium has just received a five-star review from The Telegraph.
Above: Ben Darmanin
The second round of auditions for A Week in the Life will take place at St Martin’s College on Swatar Road, Swatar, on Saturday 18 November between 9 and 11 am.
For more information and registration details click here.