We are looking for someone to work in Front Of House on a paid casual basis when needed.
This would involve greeting the audience, seating them, selling merchandise and refreshments, handing programmes, answering queries, handling money, using a card machine and selling tickets, looking after the audience in accordance with health and safety, maintaining a tidy and clean foyer and auditorium and forecourt, handing fliers, tidying up after the audience leaves, stock lists and any other tasks required.
You need to be a good team member, well presented, reliable and enthusiastic. Money handling experience would be useful.
The hours would be about 2-5 hours per session depending on the length of the play. We perform plays in school time during term before 3.30pm on selected week days and at weekends in the afternoon; also in all school holidays.
We need someone who can be flexible about their working hours and can respond at short notice. Training available.
Immediate start. This is a paid position.
To apply please email us your CV and contact details for two referees, one of whom should be your last employer please.
An up to date DBS check will be required which we can organise if necessary.
Gallery space available
We are looking for more art / paintings / photographs to be displayed in our theatre.
We prefer to rotate our foyer every 2 months, but depends on when next display is available (so may be longer).
Your work will be available for public to purchase.
Phone for more details.
Volunteer Costume Makers
We are looking for people to make costumes for upcoming shows.
Ideally you will have your own sewing machine and the ability to understand patterns.
We will provide all threads, material and patterns for you to use.
This is a great learning experience and a chance to shine behind the scenes.
Don't worry we wont overload you with millions of costumes to make - just a few now and again!
Please contact the office if you are interested in applying to any of our opportunities