The agency represents actors aged from around five years old to young adults.
We’re always interested in hearing from new talent, so if you’re interesting in applying for representation, please send us a self-taped video. Here’s how to go about it:
Film a short introduction, saying your name and age to camera, and where you are based
Film a short drama piece (very young kids can tell us a poem or a funny story instead)
If you are a singer or dancer, you can add short clips of a song and of a dance routine as appropriate
There are lots of short monologues available online, and your local library should also have books of collected audition pieces available, either in stock or on order.
We’d like you to use your own initiative to find a suitable piece, so please don’t ask us for recommendations. However we would urge you to chose a piece featuring a character of your own age, and using your own native accent.
Avoid Shakespeare speeches or scripts written in archaic speech, as we need to get an idea of what you would be like in a contemporary piece.
The drama piece shouldn’t be any longer than a minute in length. Before you record, please check the settings on your camera. Many phones now record at very high resolution by default, and the resulting files are enormous! Please select the lowest resolution, which should be 720p. Your video can be up to 100MB in size which should be plenty. If your video is bigger than that, please resize it before uploading. Please don’t send us videos via e-mail or file transfer, we require all applications to be uploaded via this website.
Click here for advice on how to record and send self tapes.
Once your video is ready, please save it as a single file and upload it together with a recent head and shoulders photo and a CV, including your home address and contact details. Your CV is where you can tell us about previous experience (if you have any), about any relevant skills, and also include links to any other videos you’d like us to look at.
Owing to the large number of applications we receive, sadly we are unable to confirm receipt of every application as soon as it arrives.
We look through applications on a regular basis, and we will contact you either way as soon as we have had a chance to watch them.
At busy times, it may be up to a month before you hear from us. If we don’t feel we can offer you representation, you are welcome to reapply in a year’s time, when there may be more opportunities in your casting category.
For more information, please read our Frequently Asked Questions.