Dukebox seeks performers for Open Mic during Fringe

The Dukebox Theatre are looking for a plethora of Open Mic Brighton based performers to grace their stage this Brighton Fringe. 

Centring on the inner workings of this great British tradition, the play focuses on the stories of those drawn to the Limelight.

With auditions being held on April 23rd from 1.00-3.30pm at The Dukebox Theatre, The Iron Duke, 3 Waterloo Street, BN3 1AQ, this would be the perfect opportunity for anyone who previously missed the Fringe boat.

The critically-acclaimed Brighton Fringe and Sweet Venues unite again to host the world premier of Limelight, the new one act play written by multiple award winning writer Liz Tait and directed by Richard Lindfield.

Centring on the inner workings of this great British tradition, the play focuses on the stories of those drawn to the Limelight.

Could you be that bright spark that this show needs? Find out by emailing [email protected] for a chance to perform at 8pm from the 16th-22nd May.

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