Ology Kids Casting is a talent agency based in North West England. Representing babies, toddlers, children and young performers to the age of 21, their clients are busy with modelling, voiceover and acting work.
If you are looking for a UK agent to represent your child for photographic, commercial, acting and extra work, Bonnie and Betty is a great choice.
The young clients of London acting and modelling agency Alphabet Kidz include BAFTA winners. Monthly workshops monitor and maintain their clients’ skills.
If your child shows promise as a good actor and teachers comment on their acting talent, your next steps are finding out how to become a child actor. But before getting carried away with dreams of having a famous actor in the family and expecting your child to play leading roles in film and television…
There’s not a great deal of paid work out there for child extras in the UK, so it is important to sign up with a good child extras agency and not pay unnecessary costs.
Child acting agencies are the best way to launch and develop a child’s acting career and help a young performer win professional work. But some talent agencies find it easier to make money from parents rather than producers. Others don’t have the contacts or reputation to get their clients considered for paid child acting jobs.
Has your child seen child extras on TV or at the cinema and told you they want to do that too? It may be possible, but involves a lot of lucky timing. We look at how to become a child extra for TV and film in the UK.
If a child is performing on stage or in film, they need to be cared for by their parent or a licensed chaperone. We set out how you can get licensed as a chaperone for child performers.
Child Performance Licence Regulations protect child actors and models in the UK. But parents and filmmakers rarely understand their responsibilities under the law. And now Local Authority cuts and disorganised production teams are straining an already outdated system. We take a look at some of the UK’s Child Performance Licence regulation issues.
Summer Schools in medicine, engineering, pre-University and free courses for A-Level students join an array of sports and creative opportunities. Also included in this article is information about the programmes run by the Sutton Trust, Oxford UNIQ, Durham Supported Progression and Target Oxbridge.