£30 per hour [Summer Courses - £125 per day]
The opportunity to join a passionate, multi-faceted and talented team of individuals innovative in their approach to Creative Learning delivery.
Richmond Theatre is a spectacular grade two listed large scale receiving house venue, hosting a vibrant programme featuring touring theatre including National Theatre and English National Ballet productions, as well as comedy, music and community performances.
Richmond Theatre Trust (RTT) works in partnership with the theatre to deliver the Creative Learning Programme and to ensure the work is fully accessible. RTT is an independent charitable trust engaging with young people living in the local communities through theatre-related activities. RTT raises funds in order to share the overall cost of the Creative Learning itself and towards the cost of some of the key projects. It supports those members of the community who experience barriers to theatre going because of disability, age, social or economic circumstances. The Trust provides opportunities for people to enjoy the excitement of theatre, learn new skills, develop their talents, create and perform.
ATG Creative Learning & Community Partnerships is a dynamic department which delivers a high quality programme of award winning cultural education which is locally driven, with national significance. The team are embarking on a new invigorated strategy, which is driven by focus on IMPACT, INNOVATION & COMMUNICATION.
Creative Learning & Community Partnerships teams are passionate, multi-faceted and talented individuals. Staff are innovative in their approach to Creative Learning delivery and coordination, consciously ensuring that the local programme responds to the needs and opportunities of the area with ingenuity, finesse and integrity.
The Creative Learning & Community Partnerships Freelance Practitioners will join our pool of excellent artists & practitioners in the delivery of an exciting upcoming programme. We are particularly keen to hear from facilitators interested in leading:
• Richmond Singers: Weekly Saturday adult singing group running from September
We welcome interest from all creative specialisms including, but not limited to Drama, Music, Dance, Musical Theatre, Visual Art/Design and Film.
You will work with our team in a Freelance Practitioner capacity, supporting our commitment to successful working partnerships with visiting production companies, local arts organisations, businesses and schools, which feed in to the development of our wide-ranging programme of work.
For further information and to apply please see the Job Description using the link below.