Cambridgeshire Youth Ballet looking for young dancers to join company

PUBLISHED: 15:40 14 February 2017 | UPDATED: 15:40 14 February 2017

The Cambridgeshire Youth Ballet Company is calling on talented dancers aged between eight and 18-years-old to audition for its autumn production, �The Stories of Beatrix Potter and Friends�. PHOTO: Cambridgeshire Youth Ballet Company.

The Cambridgeshire Youth Ballet Company is calling on talented dancers aged between eight and 18-years-old to audition for its autumn production, �The Stories of Beatrix Potter and Friends�. PHOTO: Cambridgeshire Youth Ballet Company.

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The Cambridgeshire Youth Ballet Company is calling on talented dancers aged between eight and 18-years-old to audition for its autumn production, ‘The Stories of Beatrix Potter and Friends’.

The Cambridgeshire Youth Ballet Company is calling on talented dancers aged between eight and 18-years-old to audition for its autumn production, ‘The Stories of Beatrix Potter and Friends’. PHOTO: Cambridgeshire Youth Ballet Company.The Cambridgeshire Youth Ballet Company is calling on talented dancers aged between eight and 18-years-old to audition for its autumn production, ‘The Stories of Beatrix Potter and Friends’. PHOTO: Cambridgeshire Youth Ballet Company.

The production features parts for ensemble members, as well as male and female soloists for roles such as Jeremey Fisher, Mr Fox, Squirrel Nutkin, Jemima Puddleduck and Peter Rabbit.

Strong classical ballet technique and an ability to act is a must for all those auditioning say the company.

Auditions will be held this Sunday (19) at Stageworks Studios in St Neots.

Booking essential. Visit www.cybcompany.co.uk or call 01480 223331 to apply.


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