Frisky Arts Open Call

Frisky Arts theatre company has a paid opportunity for a performer to join the cast of their new show Night On Boob Mountain.

Frisky Arts Open Call
If you are a performer looking for a paid opportunity, why not apply to be part of Frisky Arts Theatre Company's new show, Night on Boob Mountain. 

About Frisky Arts 

Frisky Arts are a London based cross-disciplinary arts company that creates personal, provocative and playful work. Frisky Arts specialise in making bold and daring multi-art theatre that stages untold and misrepresented femme narratives. Our work pushes boundaries and blurs genres spanning theatre, music, comedy, visual art and performance art. We choose to explore under-represented matters, using surreal contexts to create exuberant, hilarious and poignant stories. We create original shows, film, comedy, cabaret, club nights, events, workshops and more. 

Opportunity details 

Show: Night on Boob Mountain

Company: Frisky Arts

Location: The Albany Theatre Deptford

Fee: 3 weeks (Mon-Fri) at ITC rates. Total fee £1507

Dates required: July 19 - Aug 7 

Who they are looking for 

- We are looking for a performer who identifies as femxle / non-binary

- Has experience in devised theatre and is highly collaborative 

- Experience in comedy or experimental theatre

- Interested in creating bold, non-traditional theatre 

- Confident singer and mover

- Good sense of humour 

Frisky Arts encourage applications from Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic, LGBTQ+, D/Deaf and disabled performers.

How to apply

If interested please write to Frisky Arts with an expression of interest at [email protected] - there is no need at this point to send us details about yourself, you will get a chance to do this later.
Deadline for expression of interest: 26th March. Further details on how to apply will follow!

For more info on Frisky Arts visit

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