The film Billy Elliot was a huge success in 2000 telling the story of a boy from a gritty northern town who was determined to be a dancer.
11 to 14 and a good singer and dancer? It could be you
And now the film is to be made into a West End stage show which will feature music by Elton John.
Director Stephen Daldry is looking to cast the lead character Billy and his best friend Michael.
Breakfast talked to Stephen Daldry about his search for a new star.
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"Because of child labour laws, we actually need three Billies - and they will need replacing every six months," he explained.
Daldry: looking for charisma
"So the audition process is like painting the Forth Bridge."
Young hopefuls need to be male, aged between 11 and 14, and able to sing, dance and act.
Music for the new stage version of Billy Elliot has been written by Elton John. The production is expecte to open this Autumn.
Working Title and Old Vic Productions are casting for Billy Elliot the musical.
This is what the company is looking for:
Boys aged 11 to 14 to play the roles of Billy and Michael in the West End production
All boys must be able to dance, sing and act brilliantly
Your voice must not have broken
There will be three open auditions in the following places:
London - Sunday 8 February
London School of Musical Theatre,
83 Borough Road,
(Nearest tube - London Bridge/Borough/Waterloo)
Glasgow - Saturday 21st February
Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama,
100 Renfrew Street,
You may be required to return on Sunday for a recall
Nottingham - Sunday 29th February
International Community Centre,
61b Mansfield Road,
(Near Victoria Centre)
Time for all venues
0900 to register, after that you will be given a time for your group
You must bring:
A recent photo, plenty to drink and lots of energy! Come ready to dance then, if lucky, sing. You do not have to prepare anything as the production team will teach you all you need.
We've provided all the information we have about the open auditions; please do not contact Breakfast for any more information as we are not involved in the casting process - Good luck!