How to get involved in London’s fastest growing studio theatre…
The Tabard Theatre is an independent, professional producing and receiving house that receives no government funding. To ensure we keep providing one of the best small theatre experiences for audiences and performers alike we need your help and join our thriving team of loyal and dedicated volunteers. If you can help, please contact us on email@example.com, stating which area you are interested in helping.
We currently have vacancies in the following areas.
Front of House Ushers and Managers
Enthusiastic and friendly ushers are required to welcome audience members to the theatre. An excellent chance to become part of the team, gain experience of working in a theatre and see shows for free.
We also need responsible individuals to help oversee the building during performances. You get the chance to coordinate Front of House staff and liaise with visiting companies and artists. Full training and support is provided.
We need people to get the word out and develop our audiences. Varied responsibilities from distributing promotional material and meeting the public to developing and managing friends schemes and other initiatives. Even sparing half an hour a week to simply flyer your road and tell your neighbours about the Tabard would be of great help and importance to the theatre.
Technicians/Stage Managers/Trade Skills
We are always on the look-out for Technicians and Stage Managers who are able to lend their services to incoming shows and maintaining the theatre.
Interested in interning with the Tabard Theatre? We are looking for individuals with an enthusiasm for theatre who wish to pursue a career in Arts Management. Interns must be able to work as part of a compact team as well as on individual projects, reporting back to the General Manager. We are looking for someone with great communication skills, and a willingness and ability to successfully manage a number of projects at any one time.
This experience will provide an invaluable insight into working in the theatre industry, and the intern will have the opportunity to develop key skills and contacts. We believe this is an exciting career opportunity for the right person.
We are looking for a commitment of a minimum three days per week with one of these being devoted to helping the front of house team with evening performances. Exact hours can be negotiated and flexibility agreed upon where practical. The minimum length of an internship would be six weeks.
To apply, please send a CV and a comprehensive list of available dates to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have no available paid positions at this time.