Interview with Equity’s Low Pay No Pay Organiser

Date 17 January 2015 | Category: Actors, Dancer, Interview, Models, Music Artists | 1 comment

As we know, media professionals face huge pressures to build up their CVs, especially when new to the industry. As a result, many will be willing to take up unpaid work.

Why starring in a panto is great for your performing career

Date 12 November 2014 | Category: Actors, Dancer, Music Artists | No comment

Kick-Start Your Career in Pantomime     If you are looking to kick-start your performing career, there is no better time than panto season!  Many well known celebrities still get involved in the panto circuit, so not only could you learn some valuable tips from them but you could also get paid to do something […]

How to succeed at auditions

Date 7 October 2014 | Category: Actors, Dancer, Models, Music Artists | No comment acting auditions

Attending auditions is often a daunting prospect, even more so when you enter the room and are faced with a sea of others who all want the gig. So how do you ensure you stand out from the masses and boost your chances of being selected? Follow these top tips… Before the Audition Practice, practice, […]

Ten Tips to help you stand out in your dance audition

Date 28 April 2014 | Category: Dancer | No comment

  It’s a tough world out there for all performers, but given that dancers have to train hard, stay super fit, are prone to injury and then usually have to leave the career in their 30s, it gets no harder than a dance audition. It’s safe to say that for every place available in a […]

Things agents look for among actors

Date 6 April 2014 | Category: Actors | 2 comments

Things agents look for among actors  We’re coming up to that time of year when Drama Schools, Colleges and Universities will be holding their final productions and another mass of acting students will be hoping to catch the eye of an agent, who will further their career and catapult them to greatness. But just what […]

Playing it safe in the West End?

Date 23 March 2014 | Category: Actors, Dancer, Production Crew | No comment

Playing it safe in the West End As an actor, a dancer or a member of a production crew, does it actually matter to you what sort of show you work on? It’s been reported in The Stage this week that Bend It Like Beckham director Gurinder Chadha has compared West End theatre to the […]

Casting Director – Annie Rowe

Date 25 February 2014 | Category: Actors, Interview | No comment

Annie Rowe is a London based casting director. She has a wealth of experience in casting theatre, commercials, music videos, corporate, online projects, shorts and feature films.

Nonso Anozie – Actor – Interview

Date 18 July 2013 | Category: Interview | No comment Nonso Anozie

Nonso Anozie is a British actor born in 1979. In the summer of 2002 he became the youngest person in history to play William Shakespeare’s “King Lear” . . .

Rob Edwards

Date 13 March 2013 | Category: Interview | No comment

Rob Edwards is an established freelance producer, presenter, writer and voiceover artist with TV and Radio credits. He has written, voiced and produced content for many…..

Casting Calls and open Auditions

Date 22 February 2012 | Category: Actors, Models, Music Artists | 2 comments

 Casting Calls and open Auditions   If you are looking for casting calls and auditions, then you have come to the right place. Build a free Media Volt profile by adding pictures, video and audio. Write about yourself and experience you may or not have. So why wait, register free and get started today!   We […]

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