CALL OUT: Join Big One Little One’s Makeshift Choir for Crack Theatre Festival

Live art and performance company Big One Little One are performing a show called ‘We always wanted to be professional dancers’ during the Crack Theatre Festival in Newcastle at the end of September and we’d love you to be involved.

The show is all about childhood dreams – all the things you wanted to do when you grew up but maybe didn’t get the chance to do. It’s a very celebratory, silly, fun show. There’s more information about it here.

The show ends with a big finale that is a sort of all-in, over the top situation with a choir and clapping and audience involvement. And that’s where you come in. We want you to be part of our choir.

There’s no need to have any previous experience at all or even to be able to sing. At all. We’re just looking for lots of voices to make the ending fun, uplifting, wonderful and a little bit silly. The more people the better!

You would be performing a song that’s been written especially for the show by Bathurst musicians Abby Smith and Sophie Jones, who will be singing most of the verses and leading the choir. They’re lovely and wonderful – this is their website here.

If you’d like the be involved, this is when we would need you:

For one rehearsal:
You would be required for one rehearsal just before the first show on Friday 30th (11.30am at the earliest).

For two performances:
1.30pm Friday 30 September (The Jungle, 1/151 Hunter St Newcastle).
1.30pm Saturday 1 October (Pivot Studio, 22 Newcomen St Newcastle)

If you think it’s something you might be interested in (or if you have any questions) let us know by emailing us at

Category: News
Region: Newcastle
Artform: Dance, Music, Theatre,

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