Rifco Arts are holding open auditions to find the new stars of tomorrow! After the success of our previous national touring theatre shows, There’s Something about Simmy, Meri Christmas and The Deranged Marriage Rifco Arts are embarking on a number of new projects and are keen to find an older generation of talent from which we can draw from.
We have decided that it is time to unearth the hidden talent that exists in Britain today. We want to find the temple singers, bhangra stars and Bollywood lovers who have always dreamed of a chance to perform for larger audiences than their friends and families.
Are you 35+ with a strong singing voice?
Can you sing Bhangra and Bollywood music to a high standard?
Do you love performing and want to be involved with a highly acclaimed British Asian theatre company?
On Sunday the 1st June we are holding open auditions to find the new stars of tomorrow and are open to anyone aged 35+ with an interest in performing. Auditionees must apply by completing an application form available on request or online at www.rifcoarts.com and will be asked to sing a Bollywood or Bhangra song they have prepared. If you are successful you will work alongside professional musicians and actors, rehearsing with a team including Harvey Virdi (Bride and Prejudice; Thunderbirds; Bend It Like Beckham) and Sumeet Chopra (Alaap, Shanker Mahadevan, The Dhol Foundation). Robert Hyman (There’s Something About Simmy, Theatre Royal Stratford East’s Cinderella, BBC)