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BAME actors for immersive play "The White Plague", Ferodo Bridges CIC

  • 25th February 2018
  • London
  • Full time
  • Paid (£10k-15k)
  • theatre
  • Alexander Raptotasios


Ferodo Bridges is looking for 5 London-based actors to form an ensemble for the English production of 'The White Plague', an immersive new play following a group of survivors amidst a blindness epidemic in London. The play will run 7-22 April at the new Landor Space theatre in Clapham, with a possible tour later in the year and rehearsals starting in early March. The play has been previously produced in Athens where it sold out and received great critical response. (
The roles are paid according to fringe theatre rates.
This new version of the play is specifically adapted for London taking into account the city's cultural, racial and ethnic diversity, so we especially welcome actors from BAME backgrounds.

Parts breakdown
A. "Thief ": 20-35 y.o. male
B. "Young Woman": 20-35 y.o. female
C. "Old Man": 40-70 y.o. male
D. "Doctor": 30-50 y.o. male
E. "Doctor's Wife": 30-50 y.o. female

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