Auditions for ‘No Sex Please—We’re British’


We are pleased to present audition information for Richmond Players’ November 2018 production of No Sex Please—We’re British.

Auditions: 7.30 pm, Monday 13th August 2018
Location: Richmond School of Arts, 26 West Market Street, Richmond

Download No Sex Please—We’re British Information Pack (PDF)
Download Audition Form (PDF)

Please complete the Audition Form and email it to Carol Wimmer at carol@wimmer.com.au (0412 386 943 for enquiries) or bring it along to the auditions.

You can also download the information pack from Carol’s website.

Performance Dates:

Saturday 10, 17 and 24 November (afternoon and evening performances—six in total)

Synopsis:

This play is a farce set in London in the 1970s. It involves an order for a pyramid selling scheme that turns out to be very different than expected – and the whole mistake escalates from there. It involves lots of packages, many doors, various people appearing and disappearing through them, a faulty kitchen hatch and the arrival of two very unexpected young ladies.

Characters:

  • Peter Hunter: 30ish
    A bright, energetic young banking executive. He has a good sense of humour and is normally sensible and stable. Newly married to:
  • Frances Hunter: 25–30
    Attractive, vivacious and uninhibited. She is resourceful and amusing.
  • Eleanor Hunter: 50s
    Peter’s mother, who is elegant, sophisticated, talkative—and a bit of a snob. She dresses immaculately and has very expensive tastes. She likes to talk rather than listen.
  • Brian Runnicles: 35
    The Chief Cashier is very fit, very precise, and has no sense of humour. He does not smoke or drink and girls find him very boring. He is involved in many local activities and is a very strict football referee.
  • Leslie Bromhead: 55
    The Senior Area Bank Manager, he is smooth, distinguished, has all the airs and graces – and expects the highest standards from his staff.
  • Superintendent Paul: 50s
    Police detective (not in uniform Act 1, in uniform Act 2). He has a certain presence that almost covers his cynicism. His eyes are always on the move.
  • Mr Needham: 50s
    The Bank Inspector. He is dapper, precise, officious, wears spectacles and has a row of pens in his breast pocket. He is an insomniac and is therefore very restless.
  • Susan:
    Young, shapely, suggestive, sexy.
  • Barbara:
    Young, shapely, suggestive, sexy.
  • Delivery Man: Any age.
    Could be doubled by actor playing Superintendent Paul.

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