S4K auditions

2010 Auditions

Audition information - S4K's A Midsummer Night's Dream

Please find below information about our Dream auditions.


First Round auditions took place in Central London in May. Many thanks to all those who attended.


Recalls will take placeat THE BARN THEATRE, OXTEDonMONDAY 19JULY 2010.

Successful auditionees will be contacted during June.

S4K's A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM - UK & International Theatre tour

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The show is produced for Shakespeare 4 Kidz by Julian and Carolyn Chenery, directed by Joseph Fowler and designed by Jaimie Todd.

Rehearsals are expected to commence on Tuesday 31 August in Oxted, Surrey - close to the Company Production Office.

The show opens at the Palace Theatre, Mansfield on Tuesday 14 September and runs to the end of November; after a break for the pantomime season, the International Tour will embrace an extended tour of the UAE and Gulf states; then continue back in the UK until the end of February 2011.

All Company Members will be expected to be available for both the autumn and spring sections of the tour.




The S4K Production Office contact number is 01342 894548

(Our payscale is in line with current Equity rates. In addition, company members receive hotel accommodation/breakfast, and travel around the UK is provided in corporate-style cruiser coach.)

S4K's HAMLET - Movie/ S4K's ROMEO AND JULIET - Movie / S4K's MACBETH - Movie

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Casting information for the first films in the S4K movie series will appear here in April 2010.

Casting is currently expected to commence during SUMMER 2010

What they say about us:

S4K DREAM: "My wife, 8 year old son and I have just seen the production of "A midsummer night's dream" at the Grand Theatre in Wolverhampton.We were absolutely delighted with the production. The cast are talented, motivated and professional without a single weak performance. In this world of 2/3rds effort and surly it'll do, it is fantastic to experience something that leaves you feeling uplifted. Whilst our 8 year old felt that the kissing was ugh soppy, we felt it was pitched at exactly the right level and wove Shakespeare seamlessly into a contemporary adaptation that will encourage a new generation to seek out the Bard and enjoy theatre in general. Caroline, Glen and James, Wolverhampton