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General Manager
tiata fahodzi
We are looking for a General Manager to join us as we embark on the next chapter of our incredible legacy as a touring theatre company. This role would suit an organised, capable and enthusiastic administrator or project manager, with a passion for the arts.

What you will be doing

tiata fahodzi’s General Manager is the lynchpin of the organisation, playing a pivotal role by running and supporting the day-to-day operations and administration of the company. You will interact widely across the company and play a significant role in maintaining smooth internal communications, creating a healthy, welcoming and inclusive working environment to ensure our team can thrive.

The General Manager will support the Executive (Artistic Director/CEO and Executive Producer), and the Board of Trustees, in the successful delivery of the company’s Business Plan and contribute to the overall strategic vision for the organisation.

Your strategic areas of responsibility will include corporate governance support, HR and recruitment, Equality Diversity & Inclusion, Access, Environmental Responsibility, contract administration, Health & Safety, data management, management of executive support functions, operations management, internal stakeholder and partnerships management. A particular priority will be managing efficient systems for a team that often works remotely, supporting the Executive to establish a positive working culture that keeps staff connected to each other and on track with tiata fahodzi’s vision.

How to Apply

We are keen to hear from a range of candidates from all backgrounds with diverse ideas and interests. We will always want different perspectives, experiences and knowledge to help shape tiata fahodzi’s future. If you need to receive this recruitment pack in a different format, please contact admin@tiatafahodzi.com

Send your application, CV and Covering Letter, by email, with Application for General Manager in the subject line, to: admin@tiatafahodzi.com

The deadline to apply for this role is Monday 1st July at 10am.
Interviews will take place on Tuesday 9th July.

General Manager by tiata fahodzi

Tour Production Manager
Maya Productions Ltd

We are seeking a Production Manager to enable the smooth running of the productions tour. They will be responsible for overseeing the production process for Súper Chefs rehearsals, production week and tour

Súper Chefs will open its 2024 touring production on October 10 2024 for three days at Polka Theatre in Wimbledon before embarking on a 4.5 week tour, reaching venues in Bristol, Cambridge, Oxford, Bedfordshire, St Helens, Birmingham, Bradford, South Petherton, as well as further London venues including Brixton House and Half Moon Theatre and performing 30+ shows.

Key duties will include:

  • Act as an ambassador for Maya Productions at all times, being a positive front-face for the
  • organisation when dealing with venues.
  • Be responsible for the realisation of all production aspects of Súper Chefs during preparation, rehearsal, production and tour.
  • Work with the Director and Creative Team to establish how production and technical elements will be developed and toured.
  • Liaise with the touring venues about arrangements in advance of visits, particularly focussing on the get-in and get-out schedule, equipment needs and any logistical issues.
  • Work with the Director and Creative Team to establish how the show will work on tour including establishing plans for rigging, plotting, focussing, lighting and sound on tour.
  • Creating a Technical Specifications document for the production.
  • Creating and managing a tour schedule with excellent advanced planning and advanced recognition of resources required to do so.
  • Liaising with creative team members regarding technical requirements, equipment, music, set, props and costumes.
  • Oversee set building and costume / prop making and purchasing. 
  • Liaising with venue personnel over their/our technical requirements.
  • Supporting the team with recruiting a Technical Stage Management for the show and tour and line manage the role.
  • Managing and being responsible for the safe transport of the set, props, costumes and any
  • technical equipment necessary for the show, including responsibility for the van pack, loading and unloading, etc.
  • Support the TSM to manage and maintain stock levels of consumables and be responsible for the maintenance of set, props, costumes, and any technical equipment on tour and organise the completion of any specialist repairs as required.
  • Book extra technical support where needed, eg for technical rehearsals & difficult get-ins
  • Oversee set build, costume creation, and sourcing/hire of  the required sound and LX equipment.
  • Working closely with the creative team to properly source and trouble-shoot any production or technical issues that arise during rehearsals or performance. 
  • Working with the Producer to ensure that all technical aspects of the production adhere to any Statutory, Local Authority, or other relevant regulations, and to ensure that your’s and the company’s work follows all venue health and safety guidelines.
  • Communicating all relevant information to Creative, Technical, and Stage Management teams.
  • Engaging, overseeing and monitoring the work of outside contractors (including casual crew).
  • Ensuring that up to date information is available and followed regarding quality, efficiency, materials and costs at all times.
  • Attending meetings and rehearsals as necessary.

For the full job description and info pack, please go to our website: https://mayaproductions.co.uk/production-manager-super-chef-tour/


Tour Production Manager by Maya Productions

Newcastle Upon Tyne
Company of Others

Company of Others is going through a really exciting period of growth, including widening our programme and creating more movement opportunities in the North East and beyond for people in our communities as part of our NPO-funded programme of work.
This growth means we’re looking for someone who has a passion for dance, collaboration and making things happen to be our Community & Producing Lead.

You’ll get to work across all of our projects, making this a role for which no two days are the same, with tasks ranging from arranging translators for our sessions, dreaming up new evaluation methods, to leading on producing our tours.
You’ll be curious, brave, flexible, have an eye for detail, and be great at communicating with a wide range of people.

Role: Community & Producing Lead
Reports to: Artistic Director & CEO
Hours of work: Distributed across company activity Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, we are happy to discuss flexible working to suit individual needs. Occasional evening and weekend working will be required
Place of work: The Bricks, Walker, NE6 3SN, occasionally regionally and nationally as/if required on tour
Probation period: 3 months
Notice period: 1 month during probation and 3 months thereafter
Terms: Permanent, 32 hours per week
Annual Leave: 22.5 days per year, with an additional 6.5 days Bank Holiday entitlement
Remuneration: £32K per annum actual with 3% pension contribution alongside your contribution of 5% which you can opt out of if you wish. Access to generous Company Care and Training budgets.

If you would like an informal, confidential discussion with the Artistic Director & CEO before making an application or have any questions about the application process or access requirements please contact Emma Whitenstall (Operations & Resource Lead), by email at emma@companyofothers.org.uk.

Please see the job pack here for more information.

Job Requirements

  • A love and understanding of dance theatre and all its potential.
  • Experience of working in a producing capacity on projects and productions, and possibly tours of work.
  • Demonstrable track record of working with diverse partners in and outside of the cultural sector.
  • A natural collaborator who enjoys working on nuanced and complex projects.
  • A passion for social change and a current understanding of how political and social oppression intersects and the direct impact this has on people in the UK today
  • An urge to move away from ‘how its always been done’ and an ability to dream up new ways of doing
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, able to communicate well with a wide range of people
  • Self-awareness, authenticity and openness

Job Responsibilities

  • To collaborate with the Artistic Director in delivering an ambitious and brave program of work
  • To lead on producing our projects, and tours alongside the Artistic Director To manage and nurture the relationships with Company of Others’ community, including artists, people who attend our programmes and partners
  • To work with other staff to support the resourcing of the work, to increase engagement, to report to funders through data gathering and impact demonstration
  • To act as Project Manager for certain projects where appropriate
  • To champion and uphold Company of Others values and policies
  • To contribute to strategic planning and development
  • To be staff champion and work alongside trustee champion for our Ambition and Quality investment principle as part of our responsibility to Arts Council England
  • To undertake any other duties that may be required as a Lead in the organisation such as acting as Duty Manager, preparing and updating project budgets, presenting to the board etc

How to Apply

Application Requirements:
A covering letter (no more than 2 sides of A4) detailing your interest in the job and how your experience will meet the requirements of the role
A CV including 2 referees
A completed equal opportunities monitoring form

Please submit your application by email to emma@companyofothers.org.uk with Community & Producing Lead in the subject line.

The closing date for applications: 5pm, Thursday 27th June
Informal conversations will take place: 17th – 21st June Interviews will take place: 9th & 10th July
Applicants will be notified of outcome on: 12th July

We anticipate the start date being mid August. Start date will take into account notice required for candidate’s current role if they have one.



Episode Artist Support and Liaison Manager
Edinburgh & Glasgow

D/L Monday 1st July, 9am
Interviews Wednesday 10th July

Freelance, fixed term. From August 5th – 29th November  2024
Approx. 52 days over 17 weeks / 4 months
Contract total approx. £10,625

Arika are looking for someone to help us create a welcoming and caring environment for our artists, participants and guests at our upcoming Episode 11 event at Tramway, Glasgow in November 2024. Friendship, solidarity and hosting are very important to us; so we’re looking to work with someone who cares about people and relationships. Key responsibilities include: gathering and collating necessary information from artists and participants to support their attendance, creating contracts and booking all travel, accommodation, work permits and event catering and who will host our guests at the Episode. We’re looking for someone with event experience who is mindful and aware of others needs and has a proactive approach to meeting their responsibilities.

See the Episode Artist Support and Liaison Manager Job Pack on the Arika website for full details.

Episode Artist Support and Liaison Manager by Arika

Episode Producer
Edinburgh & Glasgow

D/L Monday 1st July, 9am
Interviews Tuesday 9th July

Freelance, fixed term. From August 5th – 6th December 2024
Approx. 57 days over 18 weeks / 4 months
Contract total approx. £11,536

Arika are looking for someone who can help us creatively turn Episode 11 programming ideas into practical reality with the rest of the core and project team. Friendship, solidarity and hosting are very important to us; so we’re looking to work with someone who cares about people and relationships. Key responsibilities include: production and event management, scheduling, budget management, artist and partner liaison, managing access provisions and production staff management. We are looking for someone with experience of running public events who is adaptable and proactive with excellent organisational skills and attention to help deliver our next Episode at Tramway, Glasgow in November 2024

See the Episode Producer Job Pack on Arika’s website for full details.

Episode Producer by Arika

Senior Producer
South London
Touretteshero CIC

Touretteshero is seeking a Senior Producer to join the team in this new new leadership role. The Senior Producer will work closely with the artistic and executive directors and take the lead on planning, organising, and delivering Touretteshero’s varied programme of activities in line with our mission and values. The Senior Producer will contribute to creative and strategic planning, fundraising, financial reporting and evaluation of projects.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with the artistic and executive directors to lead the producing of Touretteshero’s work including shows, events and other activities.
  • Lead on developing future touring plans for existing projects and work closely with the artistic and executive directors to develop co-production arrangements for new and existing work negotiating terms, contracts, royalties and intellectual property
  • Challenge normative working practices to ensure that all aspects of our work align with our mission to create an inclusive and socially just world
  • With the artistic and executive directors, ensure our commitment to access, inclusion and diversity informs all areas of our programme
  • Build and manage relationships with new and existing partners for Touretteshero’s work
  • Develop the organisational budget for each financial year with the directors
  • Design new programme and project budgets and manage existing £100k+ budgets for ongoing programmes and projects, ensuring projects are managed within agreed budgets and with realistic timelines
  • Ensure that all financial policies and procedures are followed
  • Help oversee the administration of projects within the creative, solidarity and research programmes.
  • Manage and anticipate production and activity requirements while ensuring that staff wellbeing and health and safety considerations are not compromised
  • Work with the artistic directors to promote all activity, producing copy and preparing publicity assets as required
  • Ensure effective communication with freelance staff and the Touretteshero team about the status of current and future projects
  • Help with the appointment and management of project freelancers and staff as required and liaise with directors to ensure good recruitment practice. Help line manage team members on a project-by-project basis
  • Ensure that projects meet legal requirements and are properly insured
  • Ensure that all projects are assessed for risk and that mitigations are agreed and put in place
  • Share responsibility for fundraising and income development to support the needs of the company and contribute to funding applications and reporting to funders
  • Work with the research director to embed robust documentation and evaluation processes into each project and ensure that funders’ evaluation and reporting requirements are met
  • Ensure that the relevant policies and procedures including safeguarding are followed during the planning and delivery of projects
  • Ensure that all projects embed consideration of environmental impact into early-stage planning
  • Contribute to the development of Touretteshero’s policies and procedures
  • Represent Touretteshero externally as required

Download the full job and person spec, including further details on how to apply, here.

Senior Producer by Touretteshero CIC

Finance Manager
Punchdrunk Enrichment

Please note: We are advertising this role on a rolling deadline so will accept applications at any time. These will be reviewed weekly and candidates who fit the job description will be contacted and invited to interview. Applications will close when a suitable candidate has been found. 

The Finance Manager will be a pivotal member of the Punchdrunk Enrichment management team, working closely with the General Manager and Executive Director to ensure excellent financial management and operations across the organisation.

They will be working as part of a small team delivering exciting immersive projects with schools, families and communities.

To find out more and to apply, please see the job pack.

Finance Manager by Punchdrunk Enrichment

London, E1 6AB

Award-winning arts and social change charity Coney is looking for a dynamic and proactive Producer to work closely with our Directors to lead on the planning and delivery of our Schools programme, and our engagement with wider communities in Tower Hamlets. The Producer will also support the development of the company’s wider practice, known as our ‘core engine’.

Our well-established and innovative Schools programme is a central pillar of our work. Distinctively for an organisation engaging young people in social action, most of our work takes place in primary schools. Our Primary Schools Programme has been developed over the last five years in partnership for, by and with local young people and teachers at our six partner schools.

  • Days: 4 days per week
  • Salary: £33,000 – £35,000 FTE pro rata, dependent on experience
  • Location: Our office is currently a short walk from Aldgate East station, London. We are very open to discuss hybrid working models that work best for the candidate.
  • Benefits: Generous annual leave and ‘agreed absence’ allowances.

For the full job description and responsibilities, please read the Recruitment Pack linked on our website.

Producer by Coney

Winter Lights Youth Theatre Writer
Travelling Light Theatre Company

About the project:
Over the next 8 months we will be collaborating with children, young people, and our community to create Winter Lights – a project that will culminate in a special community event in January 2025.

The theme of this project is ‘moments of joy’ – where we find these in our lives, in our communities and environment.

Stories will be central to the project – what stories we tell, who tells them, where we tell them and how.

We will be working with artists, children and young people and families to explore stories in a variety of ways – creating and shaping the work with children’s voices at its heart. These may be about life in Barton Hill and Bristol – real or imagined, set in the future, now or the past.

About the role:

This is an exciting opportunity for an emerging writer to develop skills and experience in working with children and young people to create a short script/story structure for performance, which our youth theatre participants will then develop with our team of facilitators and assistants.

We are looking for a writer to work with our youth theatre and team of facilitators to create a story structure/script for the youth theatre performance at Winter Lights. The performance will be approximately 30 – 35 minutes in length.

As a writer you will receive mentoring from Mike Akers who is an experienced writer, dramaturg, and facilitator.

Visit Travelling Light’s website to find out more details and how to apply. 

Winter Lights Youth Theatre Writer by Travelling Light Theatre Company

Theatre Green Book UK Director
London/ hybrid
Theatres Trust

Theatre Green Book UK Director

12 Month Fixed Term Contract (0.6 FTE / 3 days per week)


The Theatre Green Book Steering Committee is looking for a Director for Theatre Green Book UK to build on the success of Theatre Green Book and to take it on the next stage of its development as a national resource and network for theatre practitioners across the UK. The Director will be a passionate and knowledgeable supporter of sustainable theatre practice and will have the ability to create a vision and sustainable future for Theatre Green Book, increasing engagement and uptake and supporting networks of users across the UK.


This is an exciting time to join this award-winning initiative and this 12-month fixed term contract role has been created to drive the next stage of the Theatre Green Book’s development and to deliver the objectives agreed with Arts Council England as part of their strategic delivery plan.  There is potential to extend the role beyond the first 12 months subject to successful income generation and / or fundraising.


We encourage applications from people of colour, LGBTQ+ people (we are a trans-inclusive organisation), people with disabilities, and people who have experienced other exclusion or marginalisation.

Salary £50,000 FTE (actual £30,000 pro rata on 0.6 FTE).

Although offered as an employed position we are also open to considering proposals to undertake this role on a freelance basis.

The role does not need to be based in our London office, although some travel may be required throughout the UK to attend in-person training sessions and meetings.

Deadline for applications: Midday on Monday 1 July.

Interviews will take place online on Tuesday 16 July.


To apply, please download the application form and job pack from the Theatres Trust website: http://www.theatrestrust.org.uk/about-us/opportunities

Theatre Green Book UK Director by Theatres Trust

Blagdon, BS40 7RA
Trigger are looking for a proactive, solution driven and highly organised Producer to join the team.
You will have excellent project management skills particularly in areas of scheduling and budget management. Confident managing production teams and able to negotiate with a range of stakeholders. Under the Head of Programme and working alongside another Producer & Assistant Producer in our programme team, you will play a highly active role in the delivery of our ambitious projects and tours. This summer our programme includes ‘The Hatchling’ in Wakefield, GROUND at Brighton International Festival, TEABREAK touring festivals across the UK, and Trigger’s first nature and art themed Summer Club.
About you:
You will be passionate about the arts and creative practice with experience delivering high quality events. You will have excellent production and project management skills and thrive on collaboration with creative teams to deliver projects.

About the role:

Salary: £32,000 per annum

Contract: Full-Time

Annual Leave: 25 days holiday per annum + UK bank holidays.

Pension: 3% employer contribution

Working Hours: Standard 40 hours (including lunch break) per week (usual office hours 9am-5pm). Due to the nature of the role, some evening or weekend work may be required and Trigger offer a TOIL policy.

Place of Work: The Old Post Office, High Street, Blagdon, North Somerset, BS40 7RA

Benefits: Trigger believes in developing a culture at work that offers flexibility to ensure employees have opportunities to enjoy a good work/life balance to maintain their wellbeing and create a positive impact on their work. This includes the following benefits:

  • Idyllic rural location in the Mendip Hills in North Somerset
  • Generous flexible working policy including ‘Flexi-Fridays’ and working from home on Mondays.
  • Annual training & career development budget

For more information about the role, and to apply, please visit our website: www.triggerstuff.co.uk/join-our-team

How to Apply:

To apply for the position, please provide the following information to recruitment@triggerstuff.co.uk by 9am, Monday 1st July 2024:

  • A comprehensive CV detailing your education and work experience.
  • A covering letter (maximum two A4 sides) describing your suitability for the position and specifically how your experience matches the role, job description and person specification.
  • A completed equal opportunities form available here

Please note any applications received without a covering letter will not be considered.

Producer by Trigger Productions Ltd

Marketing Director (Maternity Cover)
Young Vic Theatre

We are looking for a Marketing Director (Maternity Cover) to lead our Marketing and Audiences Team

Whether on our stages at our home on The Cut, touring to schools and community centres across South London, premiering a play in the West End or on Broadway, streaming our work across the country and around the world – the Young Vic is actively working to be a theatre for everyone.

We are looking for an experienced marketing professional to provide maternity cover for a 6 – 12 month period from September 2024. This is a crucial role reporting directly to the Executive Director.

The main purpose of the role is to maximise box office revenue and the financial sustainability of the Young Vic in harmony with the organisation’s values by:

  • designing and delivering marketing, sales, communication, and audience development strategies
  • accurately forecasting sales to support artistic programming
  • driving dynamic and ambitious sales strategies
  • managing and motivating a skilled marketing team
  • collaborating on communications strategies with the Head of Press
  • developing the brand identity and global profile of the Young Vic

We actively encourage people from a variety of backgrounds with different experiences, skills and stories to join us and influence and develop our working practice. We are particularly keen to hear from Black and Global Majority people, and candidates who self-identify as disabled. All candidates who self-identify as disabled who demonstrate that they meet the essential criteria will be invited for interview. The Young Vic is committed to equality of opportunity for all staff and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, caring responsibilities, disability, gender, gender identity, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and sexual orientation.

Contract: Fixed-term, full time. The position involves working flexible hours as necessary to fulfil the duties of the post. Minimum 35 hours per week. Normal office hours are 10am to 6pm Monday to Friday. We expect three core days in the office.

Salary: £50,000 pro rata

Apply by: Monday 17th June 2024 at 10am


Marketing Director (Maternity Cover) by Rathi Kumar

Programme Manager – Lyrici Arts: A black-led theatre company
Chatham, Kent
Lyrici Arts
We are currently looking for a Programme Manager to join our team.
Contract: Permanent. Fixed from July/August 2024 to March 2026 / March 2027
Salary: £37,000 – £40,000 per year dependant on experience
Hours: 37.5 hours per week (Monday – Thursday) with Fridays, evening and weekend work required on occasion.
Location: Hybrid and Flexible working from home and our co-working office space at Dragon Co-working in Chatham. This role requires at least one day a week to be in the office.
Holiday: 25 days per annum pro rata, rising by one day for each full financial year worked to a maximum of 30 pro rata. This includes 8 bank holidays per year, pro-rata for part-time staff. Discretionary additional days over Christmas for a two-week office shutdown.
Start date: As soon as possible, but no later than 1st August 2024
  • Minimum of 5 years proven experience of producing in theatre.
  • Experience of a senior position in a small arts organisation, touring theatre or similar.
  • Demonstrable commitment to equal opportunities and Black heritage theatre practice.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to lead, manage and motivate staff.
  • Ability to deliver ambitious programmes and lead teams during busy seasons to meet deadlines.
  • Educated to degree level or with comparable life experience.
  • Excellent organisational skills.

Programme Manager – Lyrici Arts: A black-led theatre company by Lyrici Arts

Sales & Ticketing Manager
Park Theatre

It is an exciting time to join Park Theatre at the start of our 11th year, with a new business plan which will determine our direction over the next five years. Within this we pledged to produce more in-house shows, grow our staff team, develop stronger income streams and greater financial resilience, support greater diversity in our programming, staff and audiences. We’ve already begun to deliver on this through our work on stage and off.


To support these ambitions, we are looking to recruit a Sales & Ticketing Manager who is excited by this prospect and can collaborate with our Marketing and Box Office teams to deliver on our future plans. Working with visiting companies, ticketing agents and our operational teams, you’ll have the opportunity to develop and grow your understanding of tickets and Spektrix to a high level and with the Head of Ticketing, support your Box Office colleagues to provide seamless and efficient customer experiences.


In return we can promise a warm and dynamic working environment where ideas are welcomed, and successes are celebrated. You’ll have a direct impact on the work that Park Theatre does and be able to help us shape our future.


The role of Sales & Ticketing Manager will evolve as the successful candidate develops their knowledge of Park Theatre’s systems and approach. Support and training will be provided for the candidate to progress through this. This is a brilliant opportunity for someone who is looking to make the next step in their ticketing career, is prepared to grow in the role and enjoys working across the breadth of sales activity. If this proposal excites you, we would love to hear from you.


How To Apply

Applications should be made by submitting a cover letter explaining in no more than two paragraphs what attracts you to the position and evidencing your ability to fulfil the role and meet the person specification. Please also submit a C.V. and a complete an Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form here.

Park Theatre operates a Positive Action policy to aid in our endeavour to diversity our workforce. Any disabled candidates or candidates who identify as ethnically diverse who meet the essential criteria listed in the person specification will be guaranteed a first-round interview.

If you feel that this applies to you, please include the following sentence at the end of your application letter: I would like my application to be considered under Park Theatre’s Positive Action policy.

Applications should be addressed to Matthew Barker, Head of Ticketing, and sent via e-mail to



Sales & Ticketing Manager by Rachel Hepworth

Studio Wayne McGregor

Main Objectives 

Manage and develop both the digital and physical collections of the Studio Wayne McGregor archive 

Responsible to 

Director of Licensing and Legacy 

Key working relationships 

Artistic Director, Director of Licensing and Legacy, Licensing and Projects Manager and Touring and Projects Manager.  

Main Objectives:
Manage and develop both the digital and physical collections of the Studio Wayne McGregor archive. 

Hours: 2-3 days per week 10am – 6pm across Monday to Friday but some evening and weekend work may occasionally be required. SWM operates a Time Off In Lieu (TOIL) system.  We welcome conversations around hybrid/working from home/flexible hours, in relation to the needs of the business.    


 Salary: £27,000—£30,000 per annum pro rata, dependant on experience

Archivist by Rachel Hepworth

Development Manager
London/ hybrid
Theatres Trust

Theatres Trust are looking for a talented and enthusiastic Development Manager to maintain and build on our successful track record in fundraising.


You will bring your experience of charity fundraising, ideally in theatre or the wider cultural sector, but this could come from a range of sectors. You will play a key role in supporting the organisation to deliver its vital advice and advocacy work for the UK’s theatres, to create exciting new programmes and to further grow our profile and reputation.


Reporting to the Director and working closely with all members of the staff team, including support from the Administrator (shared with three other managers), the Development Manager will lead on fundraising for the organisation. You will ensure we are able to maintain existing activities and grants programmes and support the development of exciting new activity strands to support and promote the UK’s vibrant network of theatres.


You will be joining at an exciting time as we deliver Theatres Fit for the Future, our new three-year strategy and as we transition to new leadership. You will also be supported by an excellent and engaged Board and Fundraising Committee. The role offers an opportunity to play a key role in supporting the three-year strategy and building on our successful fundraising track record.


We strongly encourage people with disabilities and people who are from ethnically or culturally diverse backgrounds from across the UK to apply as Theatres Trust is keen for the team and its work to be informed by and representative of the diverse communities it serves.


Salary £45,000-50,000 per year (FTE)

Full-time / Part time (minimum 3 days) – by negotiation

Central London office / hybrid working available

To apply, please download the job pack, application form and equal opportunities monitoring form from the Theatres Trust website.  Once completed, please send both forms to sofia.oliva@theatrestrust.org.uk

Deadline for applications: Midday on Wednesday 26 June.

Interviews will be held in person at our London office on Tuesday 16 July.

Development Manager by Theatres Trust

Slung Low Company Member
Slung Low

We are looking for someone to join the Slung Low team full-time in Leeds for 12-months.

Slung Low is a maker of large scale, outdoor, political theatre often with large groups of citizen performers at its heart and always on fire.

The same team currently runs two spaces in Holbeck, an inner city South Leeds ward – The Warehouse in Holbeck and Slung Low at Temple.
Both venues are made available to other artists and community groups as performance and cultural spaces to anyone who needs them.

We’re a team of theatre artists exploring what it is to operate beyond the market, who believe that culture and art should be a central part of everyone’s lives, who understand that public subsidy means we are in service to our South Leeds community and who are guided by the ambition to be useful and kind at all times. And always on fire.

And we are looking for someone to join the team.

Full details are available on our website https://www.slunglow.org/bepartoftheteam/

Slung Low Company Member by Slung Low

General Manager (maternity cover)
London/ hybrid
Theatres Trust

Theatres Trust, the national advisory body for theatres, is looking for maternity cover for the General Manager role. This is a 10-month full-time, fixed-term role with the opportunity to potentially extend.

You will bring your experience in project and personnel management, which could come from a range of backgrounds. You will support the overall work of the organisation through effective organisational, operational, project, and event management. This is a key role in the organisation, ensuring that we are well run with effective support processes and systems and supporting or leading the delivery of strategic projects and events. The position will be line-managed by the Director but will have close working relationships across the staff team of 14 and will have line management responsibility for and support from the Administrator.

You will be joining at an exciting time as we deliver Theatres Fit for the Future, our new 3-year strategy. The role offers an opportunity to play a key role in supporting the staff team and trustees within the organisation to deliver on our objectives and make a difference to the UK’s theatres.

We strongly encourage people with disabilities and people who are from ethnically or culturally diverse backgrounds from across the UK to apply as Theatres Trust is keen for the team and its work to be informed by and representative of the diverse communities it serves.

Salary – £42,000-£45,000 (pro rata) dependent on experience, plus generous holiday and pension package.

The role is suitable for job share applications and we can also offer hybrid working options.

Due to certain responsibilities of the role (e.g. emergency key holder and management of services in the office), successful candidates will need to be based within a reasonable distance of our London office. You will be required to attend the office for at least two days each week.

Deadline for applications: Midday Friday 21 June 2024.

Interviews will take place at the Theatres Trust offices on Friday 5 July 2024.


To apply, please download the Application Form and Job Pack from the Trust’s website: http://www.theatrestrust.org.uk/about-us/opportunities


General Manager (maternity cover) by Theatres Trust

General Manager
London, with hybrid working

Award-winning arts and social change charity Coney are looking for a highly organised, independent and practical individual to join our small team as General Manager. You’ll oversee our core operations, provide support across our innovative programme, and help us to develop longer-term sustainability.

The General Manager will keep core operations running smoothly – across HR, finance and communications – as well as developing the company’s systems and policies to adapt to current and future needs. You’ll also be a key pillar of Coney’s culture and internal communications, fostering a supportive and empowering environment so that staff and freelancers can thrive.

  • Days: 3 or 4 days per week, to be discussed with the candidate.
  • Salary: £33,000 – £35,000 FTE, dependent on experience
  • Location: Our office is currently a short walk from Aldgate East station, London. We are very open to discuss hybrid working models that work best for the candidate.
  • Benefits: Generous annual leave and ‘agreed absences’ allowances.

For the full job description and responsibilities, please read the Recruitment Pack linked on our website.

General Manager by Coney

Salisbury SP2 7RA
Wiltshire Creative

We are looking for a Technician to provide technical support on Wiltshire Creative productions and events across our two main sites (Salisbury Playhouse and Salisbury Arts Centre) and at other venues where required. This role supports the Production and Technical Department in the running of live performances, including lighting, sound, rigging and scenery. Some experience is essential but the role will allow for training and development. Whilst the role involves all aspects of Technical Theatre and live events we are particularly interested in hearing from people who have experience of programming lighting on ETC consoles. Hours will be variable on a rota basis and will include evening and weekend work.

Technician by Wiltshire Creative

Finance & Development Officer
Ipswich, Suffolk
Eastern Angles Theatre Company

Eastern Angles is a regionally focussed theatre company with a broad world view in our approach to creating work with community groups and artists in East Anglia. We are proud and committed to rural community touring and to enhancing the engagement and infrastructures of culture in the East of England.

We’re looking for a Finance & Development Officer to join the Eastern Angles team and play a pivotal role  in managing the income strategies and fundraising that will ensure we can continue to bring arts and communities together across the East of England.

Key Objectives:
To provide effective and efficient financial systems, records and reports to enable forecasting, decision-making and fundraising that supports the delivery of Eastern Angles objectives.

The Finance & Development Officer will support the Artistic Director / CEO in the formulation of strategies to develop income growth from Trusts and Foundations, taking a lead role in implementing those strategies and managing Trust and Foundation fundraising for Eastern Angles Theatre Company.

Job Details:

Term: fixed part-time post

Salary: £12, 000 based on part-time 0.4fte at £30,000

Hours: 15 hours per week

How To Apply:

Read and download the full Job Pack here

Please send us your CV and a short letter (no more than two pages) on how you match the person specification and essential criteria detailed in the Job Pack – email our General Manager Jess Baker on jess@easternangles.co.uk

Application Deadline: Thursday 13th June, 12pm noon.

Finance & Development Officer by Eastern Angles

Trainee Artistic Director

A 15 month role, 3 days a week, starting in early December 2024, working at Extant, the UK’s leading professional performing arts company of visually impaired artists.

Over the course of your 15 months with the company, we will be as flexible as we can to accommodate your existing plans and projects that may emerge during the traineeship.

Our Trainee Artistic Director will be an imaginative, dynamic and articulate visually impaired person with experience of working in the performing arts.

This is a Hybrid role with a £30,000 per annum pro rata salary and 20 days holiday plus 8 bank holidays per year pro rata.

Application Deadline – 10am, 16th August 2024
Stage 1 Interviews – Online, 10th and 11th September 2024
Stage 2 Interviews – In Person, London – 19th September 2024

For further information on how to apply and to read the job pack: https://extant.org.uk/tad2-recruitment

Trainee Artistic Director by Extant

Executive Producer / Deputy CEO
Spare Tyre Theatre Company

Spare Tyre are on the lookout for a talented and experienced producer to join us for up to year as Executive Producer/Deputy CEO (maternity cover). You will play a fundamental part in supporting the Artistic Director/CEO in leading this multi-faceted organisation whilst we work to achieve our vision. 

  • Job Title: Executive Producer/Deputy CEO (maternity cover) 
  • Salary: £42-44k per annum, pro rata
  • Hours: Full time (office hours are 9am – 6pm, flexible working on request)
  • Role: Creative 
  • Contract: Maternity cover, expected 9-12 months 
  • Closing date: 10am Monday 17th June 2024. Interviews Wednesday 19th June 2024. 

Job Requirements 


  • Significant working understanding of ACE processes and Let’s Create strategy, preferably by working within an NPO  
  • Working at senior or management level in the arts sector  
  • Successful fundraiser, including multi-year Trusts & Foundation bids 
  • Experienced producer of arts projects, including new live work and participatory projects in theatre and non-theatre environments and online 
  • Line-management of administrative team members or freelance teams 


  • Managing a small busy organisation with lean resources  
  • Leading a team to deliver a creative programme  
  • External representation and stakeholder management  
  • Communications, Marketing, Press and/or social media campaigns 
  • Advocacy 
  • As a Trustee or of working with a Board of Trustees 

Executive Producer / Deputy CEO by Spare Tyre

Executive Director
Wiltshire Creative

Wiltshire Creative is looking for a new Executive Director to work jointly with our Artistic Director.  This is an exciting opportunity to evolve the organisation and build new resilience as we define and implement a Capital plan alongside the further development of our artistic vision.

The Executive Director is responsible for the management of the organisation and its financial resources. Long-term strategic planning and policy will be required to build reserves, raise capital funding for the renewal of the Playhouse building and lead the organisation into a bigger and brighter future.


The role will be responsible for Wiltshire Creative’s core business functions providing inspirational and motivational leadership to our senior management team. The Executive Director will ensure the financial stability of the organisation in conjunction with the Board by facilitating income generation, seeking new income streams and developing and supporting large-scale fundraising projects. They will be required to proactively engage with local and national stakeholders and foster strong relationships within the sector and with our donors and public funders.

Executive Director by Wiltshire Creative


Suffolk, East of England
Eastern Angles Theatre Company

Eastern Angles wants to appoint new trustees to the Board to support the ongoing work of our theatre company and thriving community arts centre.

We want new Trustees to join a team who are passionate about theatre, community advocacy combined with an interest and passion for the East of England.

We will be shortlisting individuals with expertise in one or more of the following areas:

  • Legal and Law expertise
  • Charity and/or theatre finance
  • Human Resources and workplace wellbeing
  • Marketing, PR, Brand Management
  • Education and/or Engagement and Participation – these individuals will support our already established programme of strategic literacy and numeracy work with primary schools in Ipswich such as our Homework Club and Holiday Programmes and help us to grow our passion for Young People through our Youth Theatres and Talent Development programmes
  • Community Advocacy for our local area and experience in best practice in supporting artists and communities

Key Accountabilities of a Trustees:

  • To approve, understand and support the strategic direction for Eastern Angles, including its vision, aims and strategies consistent with our values and beliefs
  • To take ultimate responsibility for the governance and administration of the charity while delegating management and administration to the Artistic Director/CEO
  • To review regularly the charitable purposes and monitor the context and operating environment in which Eastern Angles works and to address emerging issues which may impact on strategy, implementation or reputation with key stakeholders
  • To recognise the importance of Arts Council England’s ‘Let’s Create’ strategy & its Investment Principles, supporting the Executive to realise progress against them
  • To ensure that Eastern Angles functions within the legal and financial requirements of a registered charity as well as applicable codes and standards including artistic, health and safety, data protection and diversity
  • To approve strategic plans, budgets, annual accounts, reserves policy and position, and to monitor and evaluate the progress of the organisation against its strategic aims, objectives and financial targets
  • To sit on appraisal, recruitment and disciplinary panels as required
  • To emphasise a culture of openness and support the Executive Team to deliver excellence through clear and considered governance
  • To support the charity’s essential fundraising efforts and cultivate new opportunities
  • To advocate for Eastern Angles and act as an ambassador and champion of our work at home and afar
  • To support the recruitment and appointment of Executive team members, when necessary

Trustee by Eastern Angles

Theatre Centre Ltd

Theatre Centre are seeking new trustees to join their Board, to help guide the strategic direction of the company focusing on artistic, financial and operational goals.  

As an ambassador for Theatre Centre, you will be able to bring your perspectives, experience, skills, and networks to further the success of the company and advise on senior management decisions and actions. You will also share development responsibilities with the Senior Management Team to support and drive forward the fundraising work that underpins and enables all the work we do. The relationship is mutually supportive and has the best interests of the company and the communities we serve at heart. 

If you are over the age of 18, share our vision of empowering young people through theatre and creativity – particularly those who are excluded and underrepresented, and would like to be part of shaping and driving our future, we would love to hear from you.  

It’s not a problem if this is all new. If you have any questions please drop a line to emma@theatre-centre.co.uk. 

We are considering Expressions of Interest on a rolling basis, but do hope to invite some prospective trustees to a board meeting on 6th June. If this interests you, please submit to us by 10am Monday 13th May. 

 For full details and how to submit your Expression of Interest, visit our website: https://www.theatre-centre.co.uk/work-with-us/trustees 

Trustee by Theatre Centre

Trustees (Various roles)
Outside Edge Theatre Company

Outside Edge Theatre Company are seeking new Trustees who share our passion about changing lives through the power of theatre.

We are looking to broaden our Board’s diversity of thought with creative and strategic thinkers, including the appointment of two new roles: Treasurer and Deputy Chair of the Board.

We’re particularly interested in the following experience: Fundraising, Charity Finance, Drug & Alcohol services, Participatory arts, Theatre making, EDI and CSR. The most important factor, however, is that you bring energy and commitment to the role and a willingness to devote the necessary time and effort.

For the full role descriptions and details on how to apply, please find the link Trustee Recruitment Pack below.

Trustees (Various roles) by Outside Edge Theatre Company

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