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Calling All Comedy & Rugby Fans Who Act

Ali Coffey Casting are doing a new ad campaign and are looking for actual RUGBY FANS as well as ACTORS/PERFORMERS who are good with comedy. 
The rugby fans don’t have to have acting experience – they just need to be up for a laugh and shouldn’t be camera shy. 
There’s a VERY NICE FEE for those cast.
You can get more information on Facebook here.

We’re after men and women aged 25-50 who love rugby.
We’re particularly looking for GROUPS of friends/supporters who love rugby.
The bigger the group, the better. Whether it’s you and three friends or a group of 30 supporters from your local club, we want to hear from you.
You can also apply on your own but we’d love if you could apply with a few friends, if possible.
***Everyone MUST be 25 or older to apply***
You would need to be available for a quick casting next Friday 12th Jan in Dublin (we’ll be casting into the evening to accommodate those coming from work) and for one day for the shoot on either 24th or 25th Jan.
V nice fee for those cast.
Email auditions@alicoffeycasting.ie putting RUGBY GROUP or RUGBY (if applying on your own) in the subject line and include:
1. Some pics – preferably one where we can see your face clearly and one with a full length shot if applying on your own. For groups you can include individual or group shots, whatever is easier. Just make sure we can tell who is who. If you don’t have a picture of everyone in the group, just let us know.
2. A bit about your group/you. If anyone has ever done any acting let us know but this is not necessary.
3. Your age and confirm that everyone in the group is 25 or older.
4. A contact mobile number.
5. Let us know if you and your group would be interested in being extras if you are not chosen for one of the more featured parts.
Time is tight as the casting is on Friday and spaces are limited so do get in touch ASAP.



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