Kitchen Assistant (Bar Operations)
Over the next two years Southwark Playhouse will be relocating to a new purpose built venue which will expand the scope of the theatre’s operations.
As part of this expansion we are going to provide a food menu alongside our selection of beverages. The food offering will be a new pizza kitchen serving simple but tasty pizzas. We are looking for someone to make and serve the pizzas to our patrons and, with the theatre manager, develop the kitchen to ensure its long term success and viability.
Shakespeare for Schools: Call out for directors and creative teams
In January 2022, Southwark Playhouse will be staging Romeo and Juliet, the latest in our Schools Shakespeare performances. We are excited to announce that we are making an open call to find directors or creative teams at the early stage of their careers who have a bold, exciting and inspiring vision for the production.
These are fully professional productions (cast and creative team), which incorporate both schools and public performances across a full four-week run at Southwark Playhouse. The production will receive the full support of the Playhouse, including technical and marketing support.
We are looking for initial expressions of interest. To apply, please send us a single-page outlining your ideas for the production of Romeo and Juliet, along with your CV (and those of any of other members of your creative team) and a short covering-letter outlining your relevant experience.
We will also happily accept digital applications. These should be sent via WeTransfer to the address below.
Please send your applications to David Workman, Youth and Community Director on email@example.com. The closing date for applications is Friday 30th July at 12pm.
Lead Facilitator for a Drama Project for Young Adults with Learning Disabilities/ASD
We are looking for an experienced, enthusiastic and flexible drama facilitator to work collaboratively with Southwark Playhouse and Orchard Hill College staff to develop and deliver a year-long programme of work to achieve the project’s stated aims.
You will have specific experience of working with students and young adults who have severe/profound and multiple learning disabilities as well as ASD.
You will have experience of planning and delivering long-term arts/drama-based projects, with an ability to share projected aims and outcomes with a range of audiences.
To apply please send your CV and a covering letter to David Workman, Youth & Community Director on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date for applications: Friday 23rd July, 6pm. Interviews will be held during the week commencing 2nd August.