We are looking for a large number of children aged 6-13 years, who are able to learn the songs and musical staging for this wonderful show. You do not need to currently attend classes at Arts1 to take part in this production.


The dates of the production are below and you must also be able to commit fully to all rehearsal dates shown. All children will also have to take part in both matinee and evening performances which will finish at approximately 10.00pm. We are planning to use two teams of children for the show (i.e they may only perform in one performance per day either matinee or evening). Children taking part in professional performances must be licensed by their local council and will need to gain authorised absence letters from their schools for the days on which they will be scheduled (schools are normally accommodating for students wishing to participate in these performances). The licensing process is thorough and will need to be started as soon as possible as there are a large number of children to licence (licencing will be done after the audition dates and you will be notified of this procedure).

If you are interested in being involved in one of these productions please email: sam.underwood@arts1.co.uk (If you have already notified us that you would like to participate you do not need to do this again)

Please remember that you must be able to commit to all rehearsal dates and performance dates for the relevant production (for production performances there may be an opportunity to arrange lift shares)

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Dates

Rehearsal Dates

Sunday 25th January 14.00 – 17.00
Saturday 7th February 15.00-18.00
Monday 16th February 13.00 – 15.00
Tuesday 17th February 13.00 – 15.00
Wednesday 18th February 13.00 – 15.00
Thursday 19th February 13.00-15.00
Sunday 8th March 13.00 – 16.00
Sunday 15th March 13.00-16.00

We will be inviting all those children who have registered their interest to the first rehearsal session of the relevant production and treating this first session as an audition. Children who participate must demonstrate an excellent level of concentration, behaviour and professionalism and we will be keeping a close eye on the children throughout the process to ensure that each child is able to cope with the requirements of the show.