Director Mike Leigh is casting extras in Kent and Essex this summer for a feature film retelling one of British history’s most infamous chapters, The Peterloo Massacre in Manchester in 1819.
The production company, Piece of Cake Casting is looking for men and women aged between 17 and 99 of all ethnicities with natural-coloured hair and no visible tattoos or piercings.
Leigh is one of this country's best know directors for making distinctly British dramas.
The epic feature film we retell The Peterloo Massacre that occurred at St Peter’s Field in Manchester, when cavalry charged into a crowd of around 80,000 demonstrators calling for parliamentary reform.
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Alexandra Pickford, director of Piece of Cake Casting, said: "It's a classic story of the working classes versus the rich and of social uprising, so it's great that he's highlighting it and bringing it to the big screen."
Applicants must be legally allowed to work in the UK and must have a National Insurance number and also bring photo identification to the casting. No previous experience is required and people will receive a minimum of £110 per filming day.
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