• Embrace Education Resource - Casting Call
    Project: Embrace Educational Resource Film
    Filming: 13th September (Please only apply if you are fully available on this date)
    Pay: £120 for the day
    Location: TBC – South East London. London based actors only

    Little Fish is casting two young male actors over the age of 18 but who can realistically play a 14-16 year old boy on film. We encourage BAME applicants. Must be London-based.

    Applicants should perform the monologue below, please record as a self- tape, upload privately to YouTube and send the link to

    Deadline for submissions Fri 6/9/19 at 5.00pm

    JOE (14)
    "I’m just getting ready to go out. We’re going to Shaun’s uncle’s house to jam. Before we started going there all we did was sit around in parks, but now we got this nice house to go to. He’s got a nice car as well, an Audi, he said one day he’s gonna let me drive it. He’s got everything in his house, an entertainment centre with a 60 inch flat screen 4k TV, massive speakers, we can watch Netflix or play ps4, xbox, whatever we want.

    Sometimes he goes out and let’s us stay there on our own. Oi one time I bunked off school and he let me stay round there. When we’re round there, we don’t need to worry about anything. He buy’s us food, lets us smoke weed, even buys us alcohol.

    Last night I was there and this thing starts flashing up on the computer, I couldn’t get rid of it. He came in and says why you looking at porn? I thought he was gonna switch, but then he was like na its cool and starts showing me loads more, some mad dirty stuff.

    It’s so good round there, I feel so comfortable, he’s not like other adults. He said I can go round there whenever I want. Anytime I’ve got trouble at school or I wanna get away from home he said just go to him. He’s safe man."

Supported by

National Lottery Community Funded Esemee Fairbaird BBC Children in need Arts Council England HER Centre Southwark Council Royal Borough of Greenwich London Borough of Bexley Global Fund for Children Investors in People