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To add yourself to the waiting list please click the button below and email us specifying the city you wish to be seen in:

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We are thrilled to be supporting SpitLip and Avalon as they hold Open Auditions in both London and Salford for the ongoing West End run of OPERATION MINCEMEAT at The Fortune Theatre. 


Seeking outstanding comedy triple-threat actors with leading vocals and highly competent movement skills.  This show is a fast-paced and character-driven comedy piece - we are looking for very experienced and dextrous comedy actors, preferably with improv and multi-role experience.  


Proficiency with accents essential, ability to rap a bonus.  We are also seeking covers and understudies for this production.


The roles are not solely limited to cisgender people; they are also open to transgender people, non-binary people and other people in the trans community.  We are committed to diverse, inclusive casting, seeking performers without regard to ethnicity, age, sexual orientation or gender identity.  



“Hilarious tale makes Mincemeat out of its rivals...Before curtain I talked to a fan seeing this for the seventh time. I wondered why anyone would see the same show seven times. Now I know.”

Neil Armstrong, The Mail On Sunday


“The Brits have made the year’s funniest musical …Against the odds, the “Operation Mincemeat” gang has found its way to the big time.”

Peter Marks, The Washington Post


Garnering 67 five-star reviews and counting, Operation Mincemeat: A  New Musical is the best reviewed show in West End history.  The “hilarious new musical that rivals The Book of Mormon for laughs”  (Vogue), has recently extended its run for the seventh time.


The year is 1943 and we’re losing the war. Luckily, we’re about to gamble all our futures on a stolen corpse.


Singin’ in the Rain meets Strangers on a Train, Noel Coward meets Noel Fielding, Operation Mincemeat is the fast-paced, hilarious and unbelievable true story of the twisted secret mission that won us World War II. The question is, how did a well-dressed corpse wrong-foot Hitler? 


Operation Mincemeat won The Stage Debut Award for ‘Best Composer/Lyricist’ and the Off-West End Award for Best Musical Production and ‘Best Company Ensemble’.  Most recently, the musical picked up four WhatsOnStage Award nominations for ‘Best New Musical’, ‘Best Performer In A Musical’, ‘Best Supporting Performer In A Musical’ and ‘Best Graphic Design'.



Rehearsals: April 2024 TBC

End of Contract: May 2025 TBC



London - Monday 8th January 2024 - OPEN CALL

Salford - Friday 12th January 2024 - OPEN CALL

Recalls - LONDON ONLY - Monday 22nd January OR Tuesday 23rd January

Further Recalls - LONDON ONLY - w/c Monday 6th February

Finals - LONDON ONLY - w/c Monday 12th February


You must be available, in-person, for all auditions as required to be considered.  We are unable to cast the show through self-tapes. 



This will be a dance call first: please note that we seeking very skilled movers who are confident in picking up combinations very quickly.  You will only be recalled to sing if you are successful in the dance call.


If recalled to sing you should have learnt the cut of BORN TO LEAD which will be accessible by private dropbox link in the confirmation email.  


London - Be prepared to stay for at least 90 minutes on the day.  


Salford - Be prepared to come back at 3pm and stay until 5.30pm as needed. 

You should bring a CV & headshot with you and wear comfortable clothing and trainers for dance.   


Please do not share the information on the confirmation email - this information is for you only.  Anyone not confirmed through our booking system will not be seen on the day.


These open slots are limited and available on a first-come/first-serve basis.  If you have been unable to book in, please email through the link above to be added to a waiting list.


We are unable to respond to individual questions through this inbox.

You must be 18 or over to attend these open calls. 

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