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At Rendez-Vous dance, we recruit, employ, train and champion our collaborators  regardless of race, religion, colour, national origin, sex, disability, age and social background.

We have a clear vision and mission: to be the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to collaborate and do their best work. We pride ourselves on bringing the best projects to our audiences, and we know our company runs on the hard work and dedication of our passionate and creative collaborators.

Rendez-Vous’s dedication to promoting diversity, multiculturalism, and inclusion is clearly reflected in all of our projects.  Diversity is more than a commitment at Rendez-Vous dance, it is the foundation of what we do. We are fully focused on equity and believe deeply in diversity of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin and all the other fascinating characteristics that make us different. 

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Audition CALL OUT - The Monocle

 Spring/Summer Tour 2024



















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Audition Date 3rd December 2023, Central London.

Rendez-vous is looking for 2 women/trans/non binary identifying dance artists to join the cast of The Monocle. Recipient of the Made In The North East commission for its creation in 2022, Mathieu Geffré’s The Monocle tells the story of the secretly notorious lesbian Parisian club which existed in the 1930’s.

Gathering a cast of 6 dancers and a singer, The Monocle will tour 12 venues across England throughout the Spring/Summer 2024 season. The tour will be preceded by a three-week period of restaging and community engagement activity in Newcastle and Northumberland in January/February 2024.

Mathieu’s choreographic style requires performers to demonstrate a high level of physicality as well as a collaborative, playful and sensitive awareness throughout the rehearsal and touring process. Performers must be comfortable with theatricality, improvisation and partnering work.

Sadly, we are unable to consider applications from performers who do not hold the right to work in the UK at this time.

Before applying, please ensure you are available for all the below dates.

Rehearsal period:
w/c 15th January 2024 (Dance City - Newcastle)
w/c 22nd January 2024 (Queen’s Hall Arts Centre - Hexham)
w/c 29th January 2024 (Queen’s Hall Arts Centre - Hexham)

National Touring
13th - 14th - 20th - 23rd Feb 2024
15th - 16th - 25th - 27th April 2024
6th - 7th - 13th - 15th - 26th - 28th June 2024
an additional date will be added to this schedule in June 

Please note travelling days may be scheduled around the performance dates

Fees (in line with ITC/ Equity guidance for the 2023/2024 season)
3 weeks of rehearsal at £600 (£550 fee + £50 HP per week) 
Isolated performances at £255 (£160 performance fee + £20 Holiday Pay per show + £75 transport days stipend) or £600 week when working three consecutive days or more
Perdiems, travel and accommodations covered throughout the project in line with Equity minimum

Please note, unfortunately as we are a small team, we will not be able to provide feedback for the applicants who will not be shortlisted.

If you require any assistance within your application process please contact:


Application Form


Applications can also be sent by video: Recording including your introduction and a no-longer than 2 minute-showreel to

Audio Description Audition Call Out
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