Making Room is seeking to appoint an Assistant Producer to work alongside its two co-directors to assist in the delivery of the company’s projects and shows in 2017.
This is an excellent paid opportunity for an individual who is seeking to gain further producing experience to build on their current portfolio.
We’re looking for someone who is willing to throw themselves into a range of projects and roles, who can work independently as part of a small team and has a shared understanding of Making Room’s mission to “boldly strive for a shift in society through culture”.
The Assistant Producer role will work across Making Room’s shows and projects in 2017 including supporting the co-directors in delivering aspects of three national touring productions, one London production, three shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and a festival of feminism.
For more information please download the information pack.
The fee for this role is £1200 for 20 days work across 15 weeks.
Deadline for applications is at noon on Wednesday 26th April.
If you have any questions please email hello[at]making-room.co.uk
Image from Snuff Box Theatre’s BLUSH playing at Soho Theatre and on Tour.
Making Room will be up at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with two shows this year. Amongst the flyering, the get in and gets out, we know that sometimes all you need is a cup of tea and a chat. We’d like to invite those at the Fringe to have Tea with Making Room.
Whether you’re looking for respite in the Fringe chaos, advice on producing, being an artist/company or touring work, Making Room is here for you. These informal chats can be booked in advance via our snazzy booking system (see below), all that we ask is you turn up and that you like tea or another hot beverage, (we’re not that obsessed with tea… honest!)
Across the Fringe, Making Room’s Co-Artistic Directors Leo and Jake will be available to meet you, offer advice or just have a conversation, whatever you need, we’re here for it. Consider it our way of giving back. Leo and Jake are both experienced producers and artists. They’ve toured work across the UK and further afield, worked with large and small organisations, regularly programme festivals, support artists and write a lot of funding applications. You can find out more about Leo on his website or Jake on his website.
Happy tea drinking.
Book a Slot:
Tea with Making Room will happen between 8-28 August, at various times throughout the day based on ours and your availability. If you’re keen to book a slot do so via the form below.
If you have a question drop Making Room’s Ambassador, Kirsten, an email here: kirsten[at]making-room.co.uk
Photo by Louis du Mont