Childrens Casting Agency
‘Casting Kids’ is a Northamptonshire Childrens Casting Agency that can provide your children with work within film, TV, commercials, voice-overs, modelling and Theatre, having peace of mind that your children are likely to be put forward for consideration by Casting Directors within the industry. Having over 10 years experience of the industry and hundreds of castings, we can help you to get your children in front of these Directors to give you the best opportunity and chance of your child finding work. [more]
We offer castings for film, TV, radio, photography and Theatre. A local and national agency for children of all ages 0-18 years. We will do our very best to put your children in front of Casting Directors to give them the opportunity to SHINE! Each and every child is important to us and we work with Parents and Casting Directors to ensure your children have fun AND an amazing experience!
How Casting Kids works
Registration is via our childrens casting agency open days, please check updates for the next one, Professional photographs are £60 and will only be accepted via our in house photographer. Photos must then be updated every six months as per spotlight’s requirements. All of our clients must register with ‘Spotlight’ www.spotlight.com as a performer – £98 annual fee. Upon receiving your Spotlight view pin, we can then put your kids forward for work! You will receive emails and texts for castings, you then need to let us know if you would like your son/daughter to confrim a casting through our management system Tagmin of which you will receive the casting details with date, time and location. We cannot give feedback if your child is not booked as Casting Directors see lots of children so if you DO NOT receive a phone call, email or text then your child was not successful.
We will then let you know if your child is attending the Casting and the date, time and location. Please note if you DO NOT receive a phone call, email or text then your child did not get a casting. We cannot reply to everyone that didn’t.
Nb. Your child MUST attend if they are being put forward, It is important to show a professional approach, Casting Directors do NOT give second chances! Our reputation and effectiveness as a top childrens casting agency relies on your cooperation.
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For children’s casting, call CASTING KIDS today on 07837 898 793
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