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The Marlowe Theatre panto auditions for young stars

Do you know a starlet in the making whose dream is to tread the boards alongside professional theatre stars?

The Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury and Evolution Productions are looking for young female performers to take part in this year's pantomime, Mother Goose.

Want to join this lot on stage for Mother Goose at the Marlowe?
Want to join this lot on stage for Mother Goose at the Marlowe?

This year's pantoime stars Ben Roddy as Mother Goose with Medway's Dr Ranj as well as EastEnders star Jenna Russell and local favourite Lloyd Hollett.

Auditions will be held at the Marlowe Studio from 1pm on Sunday, September 15 and are open to girls between nine and 15. They also need to be under 5ft 2in and be able to commit to the production from the start of rehearsals on Thursday, November 14 until the end of the run, on January 12.

The auditions will last two hours, but those who are successful may be asked to stay on for longer.

No food or drink other than water should be brought, and comfortable clothes and soft/dance shoes worn.

Jenna Russell with Dr Ranj are starring at the Marlowe
Jenna Russell with Dr Ranj are starring at the Marlowe

To find out more go to the auditions page at evolution-productions.co.uk.

For tickets to the show, which cost from £13 to £54.50, go to marlowetheatre.com or call 01227 787787.

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