From Susie Shiel, Creative Director of People’s Procession of Light
NYE Festival 2013
INVITATION TO PERFORM IN THIS YEAR’S PEOPLE’S PROCESSION OF LIGHT, NEW YEAR’S EVE
Dublin’s magical People’s Procession of Light is back and we would love you to join in this free, fun-filled,fantastical, family-friendly event . We’ll be lighting up the streets of Dublin, making our capital city the brightest it has ever been!
We are delighted to announce this year’s People’s Procession of Light will once more be led by LUXe,Ireland’s leading specialists in creative, imaginative and illuminated processions. Supported by an array of their sparkling street performers and enchanting characters LUXe bring magic wherever they go.
YOU TOO CAN BE AN OFFICIAL PERFORMER THIS YEAR!
Are you ENERGETIC, ANIMATED and OUT-GOING, with a FLAIR FOR PERFORMANCE?
Would you like to be a LUXe Roma Dancer? A Cosmic Flyer? A Snow Angel? or perhaps you would like to be a Bird of Paradise?
LUXe is creating a visual and musical spectacle beyond everyone’s imaginations for this year’s procession and we are inviting young performers and youth drama & dance groups to perform with LUXe as part of the official LUXe entourage leading this year’s People’s Procession of Light.
We have a number of specific fun-filled roles available:
• 20 x Female Performers (between the ages of 11yrs old and 13 years old)
• 20 x Male /Female Performers (14yrs+)
• 20 x Female Performers (16yrs+)
• 20 x Male / Female (18+)
All volunteer performers will be required for rehearsals, costume fitting and make-up with the LUXe creative team on the afternoon of New year’s eve in The Round Room of The Mansion House. Call times TBC. The Procession begins at St. Stephen’s Green at 6.30pm with a grand finale at 7.45pm. All performers will then move back to the Mansion House to return costumes.
If you would like to be part of this special occasion, please email me firstname.lastname@example.org
I look forward to hearing from you!
Creative Director of People’s Procession of Light
NYE Festival 2013
(Thanks to Ciara Phelan for drawing our attention to this)