Acting auditions in Ireland?
Yep just go onto stageagent.com
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Answer You can sometimes find them on the internet but the truth is you really need to get an agent who can find auditions for you! The only major thing that ever has open auditions is Harry Potter! But hotpress mag. usually has auditions listed in it. It's always good to check all the websites for rte or bbc too!! This sites offers links and info relating to auditions and castings http://linkapede.netfirms.com/auditions.html
It depends on what kind of acting you want to do. Watch local papers and websites for auditions for community theater. If you are interested in professional auditions look up URTA and similar regional auditions for which you must apply online. You also need to check out Variety and Backstage among other publications to see which companies are holding auditions, and where.