If, like Londonist, you're a bit crap at singing and can't play any musical instrument more advanced than the triangle, finding yourself live on stage at the London Coliseum with the English National Opera might seem like a lost cliffhanger from Quantum Leap. But don't let musical ineptitude put you off. The ENO are looking for everyday folk to take part in their latest production of Messiah by local boy George Frederic Handel. You won't need to sing, nor pluck a single string. Instead, you and other volunteers will be asked to 'use movement skills to create a crowd dynamic on stage'. To take part, you have to work, live or study in Westminster and be available for rehearsals and performances from October through December 11. Apply by emailing Jana Phillips (JPhillips -at- eno.org by September 28. Image by Zefrog.