Channel 4 TV – Battlefront – Opportunity For Singers

A unique opportunity for singers, Battlefront are looking for 20 x 18-24 year old, unemployed UK Londoners to sing in a FREE choir as part of an awareness raising challenge in the campaign to combat youth unemployment. The plan is to get the choir performing as much as possible to get the youth voice heard, my mission is to sing my way to the PM if I can. SO if you’re a young singer currently not in education employment or training and fancy taking part PLEASE get in touch as soon as possible as I’d like to start rehearsals in the next couple of weeks. Email Ava Patel at and check out our website

Battlefront is an Emmy-award winning Channel 4 youth campaigning TV series and online project that follows a group of young campaigners on a mission to change the world.

Last year, the Battlefront campaigners achieved some fantastic results. They lobbied for 1000 new work experiences places for young people, signed up thousands of new organ donors, got government ministers talking about young people’s mental health, raised awareness about the danger to Orangutans from unsustainable palm oil, and got young people to start playing a sport they love. Over three seasons, Battlefronters have tackled everything from knife and gun crime to autism in the workplace. Plus we’ve had questions asked in the Houses of Parliament three times in the past year.

This year, Battlefront is bigger and better than ever, and we’re focusing on the single most important issue facing young people in the UK today – youth unemployment. With over 1 million young people currently unemployed, Battlefront has searched far and wide to find four young unemployed and underemployed Campaigners to tackle the problem. We’ll be employing the four as fully paid members of our team and they’ll head up our campaign on-screen and on the website, asking the important questions and investigating this huge problem which faces so many young people in 2012. Travelling up and down the country our campaigners will enlist the help of expert mentors, celebrity supporters, politicians, employers and the young unemployed people of Britain as part of our Campaign to Combat Youth Unemployment.

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