The Gaiety School of Acting

The National Theatre School of Ireland



Voice Acting Casting Call

It is an unpaid student production, but travel costs will be covered.
We are looking for two voice actors who will bring to life a short story, acted out by puppets, made by the Production Design students in IADT.

The film follows Jamie and Hugh:
Set in an American high school in the 80s, two boys meet in an empty school hall, on what seems like a regular day. However, Jamie sees things a bit differently and feels like he might know something about Hugh’s very near future.

Lead Role
Male. 14-15
In the high school universe, Jamie is an awkward, “weird” boy. People struggle to understand him, and this makes it harder for Jamie to connect with others. And on top of all this growing up stuff, Jamie has a special power which he could use to save lives… or not.

Male 16-17
The jock, the good-looking cool guy. His facade makes him seem like a self-centered character, but deep down Hugh cares about people. However, he gets nervous when people say things that he doesn’t understand.

If you feel like you suit either (or both) of the characters and would like to audition for the role then please attend auditions on Monday 12th at 12 o’clock in IADT, Kill Ave, Kill of the Grange, Dun Laoghaire.

Please email the director at in advance to confirm your attendance at the auditions.

Prepare the relevant sides for the audition (attached).

Please bear in mind that you’d have to be available on Friday 16th Feb at 2 o’clock for recording in IADT.

Thank you!

Looking forward to meeting you all 😃





The Gaiety School of Acting is not affiliated with any of the jobs advertised here, unless otherwise indicated.




Directed by award-winning Irish Film and Television Director


(With the support of the Irish Arts Council and TCD Drama Department)


(age 17-23 / Male, Female, Trans)
To play Medical Students in a new short film entitled
Five Letters To The Stranger Who Will Dissect My Brain

We are looking for young people with acting and movement ability for featured
and ensemble roles. You will be working with dialogue in dramatic scenes, as
well as movement in carefully choreographed sequences.
For examples of this kind of work, please see:
Writer / Director: Oonagh Kearney

(Oíche Nollaig na mBan for TG4 and On The Hemline for RTE Storyland)
Choreographers: Megan and Jessica Kennedy
(Junk Ensemble – Soldier Still and Dusk Ahead)
Producer: Roisín Geraghty

(We Are Moving – Memories of Miss Moriarty for the Arts Council and Take Me

Swimming for the Irish Film Board)

The film will begin rehearsals from February 26 th and will also require some commitment in March. The film aims to shoot over a few days in early April.

We are hosting the first workshop on Monday February 12th from 4pm to 6pm at the Trinity Dance Room.

To register your attendance, or for further information, please contact:

Producer Roisín Geraghty

Deadline for application is Monday February 12 th @ 12pm



The Gaiety School of Acting is not affiliated with any of the jobs advertised here, unless otherwise indicated.


Casting Call: Who is your Name

Venue: Project Arts Centre
Date: 13 – 25 February
By appointment only


We’re looking for up to 10 stage performers to take part in a staged performance by Amsterdam-based visual artist Nicoline van Harskamp. We need performers of different ages and backgrounds to make up a multilingual cast, as different proficiency levels, dialects, and varieties of language are at the very core of the performance.

Proper names cross boundaries of languages, cultures, religions and nationalities in ways that most other words cannot. This piece will consist of several short monologues on the topic of names: how they can be given as well as withdrawn, inflicted, collected, hidden, or adapted and will be staged in several languages, including Irish and English.

Nicoline van Harskamp will be in Dublin this coming February to open Englishes, a solo exhibition of earlier works on video, in the Project Gallery, when she will also conduct research for this new work and meet potential performers. The performance itself will be staged in Dublin in October 2018

Meetings will take place from 13 – 25 February,  if you’d like to be considered please email with your availability to meet with the artist during those dates , as well as relevant information about yourself.



The Gaiety School of Acting is not affiliated with any of the jobs advertised here, unless otherwise indicated.


Casting Call

Seeking two males, aged 18-24 preferably with North and/or South Dublin Accent/

The project is a short crime drama film about two young drug dealers at a deal, waiting for the buyer.

No headshot required.

Contact Chris Butler, and Jack Hussey @




The Gaiety School of Acting is not affiliated with any of the jobs advertised here, unless otherwise indicated.



Casting Call for Griffith College Dublin Short Film

Griffith College Dublin student production.

Looking for three actors for lead roles in short film.

Film is to be shot in early / mid March 2018.

Two actors (25 – 30) and one Voice actor (35 – 50’s)


.      Malcolm (25 – 30) Malcolm is both athletic and focused. He has a very methodical and detailed way of operating. He moves with an experienced manner and an alert eye.

.      Seamus (25 – 30) Seamus is very upfront with his beliefs and isn’t afraid of sharing them. He is a confrontational character and less methodical.

.      Radio Presenter (Voice Role) (35 – 50’s) The radio presenter has a very clear and precise method of delivery and speech. This role involves an English accent.

Please send a C.V. and a recent Headshot / Photograph.

Transport costs will be covered for all cast members.

Deadline for applications is as Soon As Possible.

Contact Lachlan Kelly at



The Gaiety School of Acting is not affiliated with any of the jobs advertised here, unless otherwise indicated.



Casting Notice for Student Production


Please see the below casting notice and note from the director:

Those with uteruses in Ireland have long been suppressed from controlling their own body by those wielding power, and those with the power have been so heavily influenced by the Catholic Church that they can’t see the connection. It’s time to break the frame and start again.

This piece aims to analyse our connection to the church, and how that has affected, directly, the lives of those who live under this oppressive regime. The project will consist primarily of workshop sessions and discussion surrounding the stories of those who have previously sought abortions, through their own words, with a keen eye on expressing the emotions and injustices they lived (and continue to live) through. We are aiming to contextualise these experiences through several short scenes to be devised around the template of the stations of the cross, to reflect the irony of using Jesus as a thwart to the Repeal movement, as in the biblical story of Jesus he suffered an excruciating death simply for preaching equality.

We are looking for people who are most impacted by Ireland’s reproductive injustices, whether they have sought an abortion or not, meaning trans men, cis women, and non-binary folk are all welcome.

The performance itself will take place around April of 2018.

If you cannot make these times please get in touch, alternative arrangements may be possible.

No preparation required for audition.

If you have any questions, please email


The Gaiety School of Acting is not affiliated with any of the jobs advertised here, unless otherwise indicated.


Voice Actor Needed for Short Film


Voice actor required for IADT short student film. Looking for a deep voice (ex. young John Goodman) for an upcoming project. If interested, please send CV to as soon as possible.


The Gaiety School of Acting is not affiliated with any of the jobs advertised here, unless otherwise indicated.


Volunteers needed for the Audi Dublin International Film Festival

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Applications to be a Festival Volunteer at Audi Dublin International Film Festival are now open!

The Audi Dublin International Film Festival is bringing the world’s best films to Dublin between 21st February – 4th March 2018, and to make sure it’s programme of over 130 films, special events and guest appearances runs picture perfect, the Festival needs a team of smart, enthusiastic volunteers who are ready to pull together and make the Festival a success.

Help will be needed in areas such as venues, hospitality, office administration, production, ticketing, promotions, marketing and communications so whether you are welcoming Festival-goers to a venue and making sure that they’re getting the most out of the festival or helping behind the scenes at ADIFF HQ it’s a great way to get first-hand insight into the inner workings of an international entertainment event.

The Festival takes its volunteers seriously and is proud of the diverse and committed group of people from Dublin and much further afield who generously give their time and who often return year after year. It’s also a chance for volunteers to build up experience, explore the city in a new way and to make new connections – both whilst on the job and of course relaxing after a film at the Festival Club.

Depending on individual availability, volunteers can either apply to be full-time (a minimum of one shift per day during the Festival) or part-time. Each volunteer needs to be able to commit to a minimum of 5 volunteering shifts.

Volunteer applications are now open! Go to for more information and to download an application and make sure to apply before 5pm on January 19th, 2018. You must be over 18 to apply. Questions, comments or queries can be sent to John McHale, Volunteer Coordinator

About Audi Dublin International Film Festival (21 Feb – 4 March 2018)

Founded in 2003, the Dublin International Film Festival sets the agenda of the year with its programme of outstanding Irish and International film. Offering unique access to plethora of filmmaking talent, the festival transforms Dublin into a hub of glamour, creativity and film appreciation.

Over the past fifteen years the festival has hosted over 550 major guests, including winners of the festival’s prestigious Volta Award such as Al Pacino, Julie Andrews, Danny DeVito, Daniel Day-Lewis, Joss Whedon Brendan Gleeson Angela Lansbury, Stanley Tucci, Stellan Skarsgård, Kristin Scott Thomas and Ennio Morricone.

The festival has screened world cinema from 52 different countries, a total of over 1,500 films, of which more than 300 were Irish features including Irish premieres of Sing Street, OnceOndineIn BrugesCalvaryHandsome Devils and The Secret of Kells. The festival’s young people’s programme Fantastic Flix is continuing this year, engaging schools and families and building a new generation of film fans.


Audi is Ireland’s leading premium car brand. Vorsprung durch Technik combines, progression, sportiness and sophistication, and is at the core of Audi’s car-building philosophy. Audi leads the way in technological and engineering excellence, pioneering new innovations, such as quattro®, for a truly unique driving experience.


The Dublin International Film Festival is sponsored by Audi, and funded by The Arts Council and The Irish Film Board.

Auditions for Leeson Park Players


Leeson Park Players, long-established D6 amateur drama group, staging Playboy of the Western World 26/27/28 April 2018. 

Auditions for all parts 8 00 pm Thurs 11 Jan at Wesley House Leeson Park D6 

Rehearsals 8 00 pm Mondays/Thursdays commencing Mon 15 Jan

If interested, pitch up on the night.

Any queries, email



The Gaiety School of Acting is not affiliated with any of the jobs advertised here, unless otherwise indicated.


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