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Warbucks: - millionaire, big acting role and quite a few songs, particularly 'New York'   

Roosevelt: - President,  does not need to sing.

Rooster: - Miss Hannigan's criminal brother  song  'Easy Street' needs to move well.

Officer Ward: - .

Roosevelt's Cabinet

Ickes, Hull Howe, Perkins,Morganthau.   

These men will have to cover at least three other roles each, so will be on stage quite a bit.

All sing 'Tomorrow' with Annie, and will be doing a lot of other singing.


Miss Hannigan: - Runs Orphanage, Big acting role. Songs ' Lil Girls' and 'Easy St' .

Grace: - Warbucks' assistant, big acting role and  in a number of songs.

Lily: - Rooster's girl.  Song - Easy Street. Needs to look sexy and dance well.

Housekeeper: - acting and in a number of group songs

Cook: - small role, also in a number of group songs

3 servants who will also be The Boylan Sisters. Good singers and in group songs


Annie:  huge role, acting , singing and dancing. Needs to look like an 11 year old. Caucasian with red hair. (We have wigs.)

Molly:  littlest, needs to look about 6 and sing well

Pepper, Duffy, July, Kate, Tessie - look between 11 - 15  Need to be strong singers and good movers.  Any ethnic mix.

Entire cast, excluding orphans, will be in the Hooverville Scene which will involve singing and dancing.  

Everyone except Hannigan, Rooster and Lily will be in the finale 'A New Deal for Christmas'.  Part singing but not too much movement.

For the audition the following should be prepared:

Annie -  'Tomorrow'

Orphans - 'Hard Knock Life'

Warbucks -  'New York

Rooster/Lily - 'Easy St.'

Hannigan - 'Li'l Girls'

If not auditioning for one of the above please just choose a song from the show that appeals to you.

Lots of the songs can be found on YouTube.

Auditions will be held from 6-8pm on Friday August 3rd and Saturday August 4th.

No appointment is necessary.

If you cannot attend either of these sessions please contact the production manager Marj Bowdler on 0212179061.

Recalls will be held from 6-8pm on Monday August 6th.







22 & 29 November

7.30 pm


16, 23 & 30 November

7.30 pm


17 & 24 November

1 December

7.30 pm

7.30 pm




This classic musical, set in the 1930’s, is wonderful family entertainment. The inspiring message that Annie offers is hope and optimism.  

Little Orphan Annie charms everyone’s heart. She is determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of the New York City Orphanage, that is run by the tyrannical Miss Hannigan. She escapes, has many adventures and even befriends Sandy a very lovable mutt.