Auditions to take place on :

Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th March
St. Declan’s College, Nephin Road, Cabra, Dublin 7

It is Unpaid Work but a great opportunity to network and gain experience with filmmakers and the future members of the film-industry.

Synopsis:Following the death of his mother, Joe struggles to feed himself on a daily basis. The  food has run out and Joe is forced to fend for himself. Together, Joe and his best, and only friend Martin, who happens to be a guitar, must busk the streets of Dublin as a desperate attempt to put food in their stomachs. However, Martin suffers a fatal injury during performance and Joe must fix his broken string in time before losing all he has left in the world!

Genre: Drama with comedic overtones

Lead Role: Male – playing range 20 – 30 – Joe: A quirky but gentle soul who is desperately trying to fit in with the world around him. An ability to play simple guitar melodies is an advantage, but not a necessity.

Supporting Roles:
Male – playing range 20 – 30 – Shop assistant in a music shop: A goth/rocker who
works in the music store under the resentful boss. But seems to be the only compassion for
Joe’s predicament.
Male – playing range 30 – 45 – Doorman: A strong doorman who is reluctant on letting Joe
and Martin enter the café.

For more information and an audition time please contact:
Director: Eamonn Murphy Producer: Alison Keohane
E-mail:  / E-mail:


The Gaiety School of Acting will be hosting a Casting Call for Professional Actors on Sunday 28th April from 10am – 5pm. This is tailored for professional actors and advanced acting students. For more information please send a CV outlining your acting experience to to apply for this course. Cost €100.