March 19, 2012 in London, Olympics

London 2012 Olympic Ceremonies: Volunteer Performer

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Last year I applied for London 2012 Olympic tickets. I figured I’d never again live in a city with the Olympics and so wanted to attend a few of the events. And as it would be a once in a lifetime opportunity, I was particularly keen to attend the opening or closing ceremony. Unfortunately, my bid was not successful with either event. Not surprising really as millions applied. Thus, after reading a news article which indicated that the organisers were looking for volunteer performers, I decided to apply. And luck would be on my side as not only was my application successful, but after two rounds of auditions, I was offered the position of volunteer performer at both opening and closing ceremonies. I have no idea what I’ll be doing (and even if I knew couldn’t share) but over the moon with excitement that I’ll be in the stadium in the middle of the action for both events.


One Comment

  1. June 22, 2012 at 8:57 pm


    I haven’t commented in a very long time, but I always lurk and think of you. Very excited for you on your opportunity volunteering for the ceremonies! I’ll be trying to pick you out on the tv!

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