Musgrave looking for NI stars
Are you ready to be part of a top-secret project?
Are you ready to be part of a top-secret project? Musgrave Communications Manager, Michael McCrory, has announced that Musgrave is holding an open casting at The MAC in Belfast on March 3 from 10am until 12pm where they hope to find two people from Northern Ireland to appear in a top-secret project, which will go live in March this year.
Wholesale and retail giant, Musgrave, is looking for two people from Northern Ireland to appear in a top-secret project, which will go live in March this year. They are hoping to cast an adult and a child of either gender in the project and excitingly you don’t need any acting or modelling experience so every man, woman and child (aged 5 and over) in Northern Ireland is able to audition.
Desi Derby, Marketing Director, Musgrave, said: “We are looking for one adult and one child to appear in a project that we’re very excited about. If you have a great sense of humour and are looking for an adventure, then head to The MAC on Saturday March 3 at 10am and you could land a role in our project. You don’t need any acting or stage experience or be a model to qualify, everyone is welcome to audition!”
Musgrave don’t have any fixed opinions about the type of person they’d like to attend the open casting at The MAC on March 3, explained Desi.
“We’d like to meet people who really embody what’s great about Northern Ireland; whether that’s a cheeky grin, a dashing head of red hair or a swagger to their walk that makes them stand out in a crowd. But to be honest we are hoping that someone will come along and surprise us by offering something we weren’t expecting – it’s going to be very exciting.”
The lucky duo chosen will find out before the whole of Northern Ireland what the secret Musgrave project is all about.
Desi continued: “We are remaining tight-lipped about the details but what we can reveal is that the lucky ones chosen will be part of an incredible experience they will never forget and they could even become a well-known face in Northern Ireland.”