As actors it's inevitable that we will need to juggle more than one thing at once at some point in our career: a day-job and rehearsals; rehearsals and family commitments; auditions and the need to find a day-job; lack of money and expensive casting call resources. Phew!
Well, I can help... First, pop the kettle on, download the article from The Daily Muse and read it on your way to Surviving Actors which is on today and tomorrow, where you will find all sorts of goodies to help and support you in your acting career, also look out for me on my little stand and I'm doing a talk on Saturday too, tickets here.
It's been incredibly busy here these last few weeks as I've been juggling everything whilst I prepare for Surviving Actors, I could have done with finding the artlce sooner I can tell you!
Enjoy the event:
Surviving Actors is returning to London for the fourth year, but this time as a 2 day extravaganza. With a busy year behind them stopping in both Manchester & Edinburgh during the Fringe Festival, they are now looking forward to the next big event in London on February 8th & 9th.
The event welcomes professional jobbing actors at different stages within their careers. The event is an opportunity for actors to Network with other industry professionals, participate in Seminars & Workshops, Create work opportunities for themselves and sign up to actor friendly bread & butter jobs. Surviving Actors is FREE to attend so register for your complimentary E-Ticket here:
Where & When
Friday 8th & Saturday 9th February 2013 - 9am - 4pm.
The Radisson Blu Portman Hotel, 22 Portman Square, London, W1H 7BG
The Stage - ‘Surviving Actors plays an invaluable role in the entertainment industry, connecting performers with all the industry organisations that can help sustain their careers, in a lively, supportive environment. The event has grown from strength-to-strength and The Stage looks forward to taking part in 2013.’