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Lighting Designer

wanted for exciting LGBTQIA+ focused project

THE BEAT OF OUR HEARTS by Natalie McGrath

A new play exploring LGBTQIA+ experiences of loneliness & belonging, developed with University of Exeter Wellcome Centre and The Intercom Trust and Produced by Exeter Northcott Theatre

Exeter Northcott Theatre is looking for a Lighting Designer, ideally South West-based, to collaborate with Director, Scott Hurran, designing lighting for this production of The Beat of our Hearts at the Northcott Theatre, plus for digital capture/streaming.

Key dates:

  • 4th – 28th Jan 2022 – rehearsals
  • w/c 31st Jan 2022 – production week
  • 3th – 5th Feb 2022 – 4 performances and associated ‘festival’ events at the Northcott

We need someone who:

  • has lived experience within the LGBTQIA+ communities
  • has proven ability to work collaboratively as part of a multi-disciplinary team
  • has proven experience as a lighting designer for small/mid-scale theatre, used to achieving consistently high production standards with modest resources.

As part of our commitment to inclusion we’re working to widen the pool of people who hear about vacancies at the theatre and make the process of applying for a job as straightforward as possible. For this role we’re asking all candidates to click on the Apply Now link below and submit an expression of interest for the role, as well as a copy of your latest CV. Contact us at jobs@exeternorthcott.co.uk if you wish to submit in a different format.

If this sounds like a project you’d like to get involved in, and you feel you have the experience and other qualities we’re looking for, then we’d love to hear from you. Click on the links below for more information or to apply.

Deadline for applications EXTENDED:  Wed 8th December, 10am
Interviews will take place on 15th & 16th December

More Info Apply now

Movement Director

wanted for exciting LGBTQIA+ focused project

THE BEAT OF OUR HEARTS by Natalie McGrath

A new play exploring LGBTQIA+ experiences of loneliness & belonging, developed with University of Exeter Wellcome Centre and The Intercom Trust and Produced by Exeter Northcott Theatre

Exeter Northcott Theatre is looking for a Movement Director, ideally South West-based, to collaborate with Director, Scott Hurran, devising movement/choreography for this production of The Beat of our Hearts at the Northcott Theatre, plus for digital capture/streaming.

Key dates:

  • 4th – 28th Jan 2022 – rehearsals / dates for Movement Director input TBC
  • w/c 31st Jan 2022 – production week
  • 3th – 5th Feb 2022 – 4 performances and associated ‘festival’ events at the Northcott

We need someone who:

  • has lived experience within the LGBTQIA+ communities
  • has proven ability to work collaboratively as part of a multi-disciplinary team
  • is confident delivering movement workshops and teaching choreography to a cast holding a range of different movement abilities and experiences
  • has proven experience of devising movement/choreography for small/mid scale theatre with consistent high production standards

As part of our commitment to inclusion we’re working to widen the pool of people who hear about vacancies at the theatre and make the process of applying for a job as straightforward as possible. For this role we’re asking all candidates to click on the Apply Now link below and submit an expression of interest for the role, as well as a copy of your latest CV. Contact us at jobs@exeternorthcott.co.uk if you wish to submit in a different format.

If this sounds like a project you’d like to get involved in, and you feel you have the experience and other qualities we’re looking for, then we’d love to hear from you. Click on the links below for more information or to apply.

Deadline for applications EXTENDED:  Wed 8th December, 10am
Interviews will take place on 15th & 16th December

More Info Apply now

Stage Manager

wanted for exciting LGBTQIA+ focused project

THE BEAT OF OUR HEARTS by Natalie McGrath

A new play exploring LGBTQIA+ experiences of loneliness & belonging, developed with University of Exeter Wellcome Centre and The Intercom Trust and Produced by Exeter Northcott Theatre

Exeter Northcott is looking for a Stage Manager (On The Book) who will play a key role in the Production team for The Beat of our Hearts, ensuring good communication between the rehearsal room and the rest of the production team, calling technical and dress rehearsals and all performances, and playing a key role in maintaining high production values.

Key dates:

  • Rehearsals: 4 – 28 January 2022
  • Tech/dress rehearsals: 31 January – 2 February 2022
  • Performances: 3 – 5 February 2022, 7.30pm, Matinee Saturday 2.30pm

All activity will take place in or near Exeter.

As part of our commitment to inclusion we’re working to widen the pool of people who hear about vacancies at the theatre and make the process of applying for a job as straightforward as possible. For this role we’re asking all candidates to click on the Apply Now link below and submit an expression of interest for the role, as well as a copy of your latest CV. Contact us at jobs@exeternorthcott.co.uk if you wish to submit in a different format.

If this sounds like a project you’d like to get involved in, and you feel you have the experience and other qualities we’re looking for, then we’d love to hear from you. Click on the links below for more information or to apply.

Deadline for applications EXTENDED:  Wed 8th December, 10am
Interviews will take place on Mon 13th December

More Info Apply now