In this section you will find links to listings of London-based and UK-wide dance companies, and links to websites that post audition details.
opens in a new windowArticle19 - includes a section with audition details
opens in a new windowDancingOpportunities - information about dance festivals, workshops, residencies, auditions, and internships
opens in a new windowau-di-tions.com - details of professional dance auditions and workshops
opens in a new windowThe Place - JUICE is an online resource for dance professionals that includes jobs and audition information
opens in a new windowOne Dance UK - the jobs page includes audition notices
opens in a new windowDance Europe - lists audition notices and dance job vacancies
opens in a new windowThe Stage - includes auditions (commercial dance and musical theatre), teaching and education posts, overseas and cruise ships.
Filming your work
The One Dance UK website includes an advice sheet with information on the technical issues involved in opens in a new windowcreating a show reel of dance work. Please note that some of the technical advice will be out of date since this document was not written recently.
Trinity Laban students can borrow a range of cameras from the Laban Library that can be used to record rehearsals and performances (where space for filming allows). You can find out more about the cameras with an online course that will show you how to book the equipment at Trinity Laban’s Audio-visual department.
It’s always a good idea to get clearance from all those involved in what you are recording (including costume and lighting designers, as well as performers and choreographers) to allow you to use the recorded footage (search online for “Video Release Forms” for a wide range of examples).
There are also computers equipped with video editing software available in the Laban Library, as well as the AV Edit suite. Email an Audio-Visual Adviser about using these computers.