Wilba - Answered a Question by gould (23 Sep 08 16:47)

If you 'Google' 'cruiseship entertainers' there is loads of info there. Good Luck.

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a - Answered a Question by gould (24 Sep 08 12:24)

Do you mean that you want to be an entertainer on board? If so then the recruitment line for RCI is 01494 677125.

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Pirie - Answered a Question by gould (25 Sep 08 16:12)

The majority of people working in entertainment on cruises (or elsewhere) have an Agent. Some lines do have open auditions once or twice a year (get The Stage, the weekly newspaper for the entertainment industry in the UK)though these are for dancers and production singers. You need an Agent really for most things. RCI do do open auditions in the UK but there is BIG competition with USA and Canada for jobs. You may even get through their auditions and get put onto their book, however that is no guarentee that there WILL be a job.

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gould - replied to Pirie (26 Sep 08 16:26)

Hi Thanks for the information , do you or anyone else know the best agents to register with for being a guest artist. Hope you can help regards Gary.

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Pirie - replied to gould (27 Sep 08 05:13)

I cannot help with that even if I knew what type of 'artist' you are. I suggest you get 'The Stage' weekly newspaper (or go to their website)and start from there. If you are not resident in the UK it will be difficut as you will need to audition for agents as well as attend open auditions which are advertised in 'the stage'. Good Luck.

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