Make your dream Disney job a reality

Dubbed the ‘Happiest Place on Earth’, it’s no surprise that lots of children – and probably adults too – would say their dream job would be working at Disneyland.

So if you fall into that category then I have something to tell you – you could make that dream a reality.

For its next winter season shows, Disneyland® Paris is organising  auditions for its characters and parade department which will take place in London in September.


So if it was always your dream to be Mickey Mouse or wear stunning dresses like Cinderella or Belle, this is your chance.

The company is looking for enthusiastic and highly energetic people to perform as the park’s most famous characters and to participate in meet and greets, parades and cavalcades.

There are dancing and non-dancing roles available and they are looking for both female and male lookalikes. All lookalike performers must have a basic dance level and the distinguishing characteristics to portray the animated characters.

Mickey Mouse

There are 30 female and 15 male roles available for open-ended, full-time contracts starting between September and January next year and seasonal contracts starting between September and October and ending at the beginning of January.

Candidates must speak English or French and be a minimum of 18 years old. Anyone interested should bring with them a non-returnable CV and a pen. They are also advised to wear comfortable clothing as you will be asked to participate in a movement/dance combination. They have also asked that those auditions should refrain from wearing make-up and successful candidates must be available until 6pm.

Unfortunately the auditions are not held in Scotland but those who don’t want to miss out on this opportunity should travel to Pineapple Dance Studios in London on September 10 or 11 – open call auditions start at 10am – or Yorkshire Dance in Leeds on September 13, also starting at 10am.

Minnie Mouse

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