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Great Opportunity for Young Performers at the Library Theatre

September 2, 2010

pink character holding his arms outThe Library Theatre Company is one of the leading producing theatre companies in the North West. A key part of the work that they do is: norfox Young Actor’s Company who produce two shows a year and have the opportunity to work with a variety of professional practitioners to develop their skills as performers.

Following the success of their last show “The Magnificent Tale of Emily Law and Arturo the Waterboy” a couple of members of the group have moved on to university so they’re now looking for new people to join them.

The Library Theatre want to hear from young people who are reliable, committed and who really have the drive and enthusiasm to make the most of this great opportunity.

If you know anyone who may be interested in getting involved all they need to do is drop them an email with their contact details and a paragraph explaining why they would like to join the group.

The Library Theatre will get back in contact by mid September to let you know if you’ve got a place.

If you, or any young people who are interested have any questions before they apply to join just drop them a line.

By the way, sessions take place on a Wednesday from 5pm – 7pm in Manchester City Centre so anyone who wants to join us will need to be free then!

For further information please contact: Liz Postlethwaite, Community and Education Director. (0161) 234 1922 / l.postlethwaite ‘at’ manchester.gov.uk

Library Theatre Company, Zion Arts Centre, 335 Stretford Road, Hulme, M15 5ZA
http://www.librarytheatre.com

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