Female vocalist to perform cockney/wartime songs - UK
Main criteria is a good, in character, stage image and presence for a Cockney and a Wartime cabaret act in two sets working around the SW Essex and London area.
Obviously the vocals must be of a good standard, and a knowledge of old songs would be very useful.
Applicant to provide a suitable costume for each set, but there is a lot of scope in what will look right for each section, depending on applicant's appearance etc.
This would be very suitable for somebody who has been in an old time Music Hall show.
Because of the nature of this ad and the short time scale, there will be no formal audition, just a meeting to assess suitability and this could be at a place of applicant's choice, or at my location, in Essex about 15 miles north of London.
Applicant must preferably live in the SW Essex, NE London or E. Herts area so that rehearsals can be arranged, unless applicant is an established performer with videos.
Applicants in that area with no transport will be considered as it may be possible for transport to and from performances to be provided.
Please reply with a list of any suitable songs you have performed previously, your reason for applying.and details of your location.
Payment: Around £100+ per performance.
Female Vocalist to Perform Cockney/Wartime Songs
To dep for certain dates over St Georges and Jubilee weekends with male vocalist in cabaret act.
Would suit person with previous similar stage exerience. Songs include We'll Meet Again, White Cliffs, You Made Me Love You and patriotic songs.
Can adapt the act to include applicant's songs if backing track is available.
Most songs are parts of shared medleys. Male partner does a lot of the material.
Suit person with no transport so long as applicant lives SW Essex, NE London, E Herts.
Females, aged 25 to 65 from United Kingdom
- Minimum Height: 162 cm / 5ft 4in
- Minimum Acting experience: No previous acting experience
- Ethnicity: White / Caucasian
- Skin colour: White
- Located in Ilford, UK
- Joined February, 2011