Brecon Festival Ballet Audition - 20 August 2022 (Application Deadline: 15 August 2022)

Brecon Festival Ballet is looking for male dancers for their full-scale production of “The Nutcracker”


Canal Road, Brecon LD3 7EW, United Kingdom


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Brecon Festival Ballet Audition

Brecon Festival Ballet ( is looking for male dancers to dance the roles of Cavalier, Nutcracker/Nathaniel and King Rat/Arabian for their full-scale production of “The Nutcracker”, accompanied by Welsh Chamber Orchestra.

In 2019 Brecon Festival Ballet presented the first ever full-scale production of The Nutcracker to be created in Wales. Post-Covid, we’re delighted to revive this production and work with the wonderful Welsh Chamber Orchestra, who will accompany the ballet live at Brecon’s Theatr Brycheiniog. There will be an onstage cast of approximately 80 dancers, with professional dancers in principal and soloist roles, full-time dance students and apprentices in the corps de ballet and local young ballet students in the children’s roles. 5 performances in December with rehearsals October 29th – November 2nd and production week 10th – 18th December. Accommodation provided.



  • must have excellent classical technique and partnering
  • minimum height 180cm


  • must have excellent classical technique and partnering
  • ideal height 175 – 180cm

King Rat/ Arabian:

  • must have strong classical and contemporary technique, floorwork and tumbling would be an asset

Required documents:

  • CV
  • showreel

Application Deadline:

15 August 2022

Audition Date:

Saturday August 20th 2022

To Apply:

Please send your cv and showreel in the first instance to

Additional Information:

Artistic Director Katy Sinnadurai BEM will then contact you to invite you to the audition.

COVID-19 info:

No info. Please note however that current Covid-19 restrictions and barrier measures might be applied.


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