NOTE: This content is old - Published: Wednesday, Apr 30th, 2014.
A casting call has been made for people to be part of a crowd scene for a BBC drama being shot at the Racecourse Ground in May.
The ‘Marvellous’ drama shoot is taking place next week (8th and 9th of May) and extras in the scene will be portraying Stoke City Supporters as the drama is based on Neil Baldwin.
The BBC Press Office says “Ninety minute single Drama Marvellous tells the true story of Neil Baldwin (played by Toby Jones), a man once labelled with ‘learning difficulties’ whose life defies limitations.”
Baldwin was at one point in his life kit-man at Stoke, thus the scenes involving football.
Boss Casting have told us “We are looking for people between 16 and 80 to be part of a crowd scene for a BBC drama series shot at The Racecourse grounds in Wrexham on the 8th and 9th of May 2014.
“Extras in the scene will be portraying Stoke City Supporters as the drama is based on Neil Baldwin, however as it is being shot at the Wrexham ground we would love any locals or form of Football fan to get involved!”
“The pay would be £55.25 for 8 hours or £72.25 for 12 hours.
Robyn from Boss Casting says “If you or any friends or family are interested and available on either dateplease email me your full name, mobile contact number, your NI number a little about you and a simple headshot picture of yourself to email@example.com – Please be sure to specify which date you are available or both! ”Wales News.