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The Royal Exchange Theatre is looking to expand its pool of freelancers to deliver the Participation & Learning programme. We are seeking expressions of interest from artists and practitioners from across the full range of the theatre and performing arts.
At the Royal Exchange Theatre, we believe that participation is key to providing access, broadening reach and deepening engagement for all. We run a comprehensive participation and learning programme working with young people, schools, higher education, individual adults, communities and families. Our priorities are to open the world of professional theatre and participative theatre-making to people of all ages, backgrounds, circumstances and abilities; develop dynamic, high quality, artistically adventurous work; and, provide an inspiring programme of training and skills development for young people.
Please submit a maximum of one side of A4 detailing your relevant skills and experience, why you are interested in working for the Royal Exchange Theatre, and two referees. Please note that all artists and practitioners must be based in the North West.
Further information about the Participation & Learning Programme can be found on the Royal Exchange Theatre website.