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Open Auditions for Romford Summer Theatre’s latest production

PUBLISHED: 19:45 23 January 2013

Romford Summer Theatre performed Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale last year

Romford Summer Theatre performed Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale last year

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Budding actors can get the chance to take to the stage with the Romford Summer Theatre.

The group is holding open auditions for its latest production, Comedy of Errors at the Fairkytes Arts Centre in Billet Lane, Hornchurch on February 5 to February 7 from 8pm to 10pm.

The production will be directed by Kevin O’Connor, who has acted with the group on a number of occasions as well as being a regular member of Harold Wood based Guildonian Players.

An experienced director, Kevin aims to draw out the slapstick of the play and is looking forward to our auditions in February.

Comedy of Errors will be staged in Raphael Park, Romford from Thursday June 20 to Saturday June 22, and from Thursday June 27 to Saturday June 29.

For more information visit http://www.romfordsummertheatre.com/

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