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1 March 2016

BREWERS fans are being offered the chance to be an extra in the new Paddy Considine film.

The Burton actor-director is about to shoot a new film and will be using the Pirelli Stadium as a location for a scene involving a football match.

The production company needs 20-30 people to act as extras in a crowd scene which will be filmed at the Pirelli Stadium on April 2 – the morning of the League One fixture against Bury.

The extras will be required for two hours from approximately 10.15am and will be paid £49.80 each.

They will be asked to help recreate a crowd scene from the match. They should not wear Burton Albion club colours or branded clothing.

Anyone wishing to be considered should email their name, age, address and a contact number to by March 18. You must be over 18 to be considered.

Your details will then be passed on to the film company, who will contact those people needed on the day.

Please note that all car parking at the Pirelli Stadium is reserved for permit holders on matchdays. So anyone attending the film shoot who does not have a parking permit for the Bury game will need to find alternative parking arrangements.

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