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Potters on hunt for gifted performers

PUBLISHED: 09:03 23 January 2011

Performing at Potters - it could be you!

Performing at Potters - it could be you!

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ONE of the most prestigious venues in East Anglia is looking for fresh new talent to join its team of performers who entertain guests 365 nights a year.

On Sunday, January 30, Potters will open its doors for auditions from those who think they’ve got something special to offer.

Singers, musicians, comedians, speciality acts or people with something completely different, are all invited by Potters to go along and show what they can do.

The venue for auditions is the Zest rooms located at Potters Leisure Resort at Hopton-on-Sea, and auditions will take place between 10am and 4pm. All ages may apply.

At the end of the auditions successful participants will be short-listed and invited to attend a second round of auditions before the final decision is made on who has made it into the team.

Potters Theatre Company is based at Potters Leisure Resort in Hopton-on-Sea, Norfolk and is home to a theatre stage they say is comparable to one you might find in London’s theatre land, with state-of-the-art lighting and sound system. The theatre group takes immense pride in its management of the entire creative process – from conception to performance.

Its alumni includes some of the best performers working in the West End today, including Wicked star Kerry Ellis and Lee Mead who won the BBC show to find the new Joseph.

Potters Theatre Company’s creative director and theatre company managers develop the show concepts,

They oversee an army of talented individuals responsible for everything from costumes and choreography through to vocal coaching, lights and sound, comedy writing, back-screen video production, set building and a whole host of key disciplines.

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