DANCE - Versatile & Articulate Professional Female Dancer (UK based) as Maternity cover with Dance Company (apply ASAP)



We are looking for:

- a versatile and articulate professional female dancer to cover Maternity leave position. 

The schedule will consist; A week rehearsal period, learning company repertoire to perform.
Applicants from all backgrounds welcome.

Dancer must be/have:-
  • At least 3 years professional training.
  • Strong physicality and performance skills.
  • Ability to learn rep quickly
  • Passionate about the company’s ethos.
  • Keen to work out of their comfort zone and be physically challenged.
  • Exceptional/ interested in character work. 
  • Available for all rehearsal dates below.
  • UK Based

**Deadline: Tuesday 5th February **

Audition Date: 11th February
Rehearsal Dates: 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th, 9th and 14th March
Current Show dates: 15th March (More show dates tbc)This period is paid at £95 a rehearsal day, £100-120 a show

NB There may be scope for this position with the company to continue beyond this Maternity leave.

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Send your CV or biography and a showreel/video link of you dancing to

Note: the video links do not need to be a filmed performance, it could be a film of you in a studio improvising.