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Company Associate, Milk Presents

  • 13th July 2018
  • London, East Midlands/ National
  • Part time
  • Paid (£25k-30k pro rata)
  • theatre
  • Ruby Glaskin ruby@milkpresents.com

Description

The company associate will help us deliver our expanding workshop programme 'GET INVOLVED', taking the lead in facilitation and contributing to the ongoing development of workshop content. They will be trained in Milk Presents’ approach to making work, sharing skills and working with participants. 

Training and this period of delivery will happen alongside the national tour of BULLISH. Workshops accompanying the show will be taking place at the venues, and will be engaging students, creatives and LGBTQIA+ communities.  BULLISH National Tour is the first project for the role, but we anticipate this being a long term collaboration for the right person.

Milk Presents are an award-winning theatre company that who enable people to queer their world.We are an associate company of Derby Theatre and the Bush Theatre. BULLISH, our fifth production, will tour the UK for nine weeks supported by Arts Council England. 

Job Title:                     Company Associate

Description:                Training and delivery of GET INVOLVED – workshop and education programme 

Fee:                              £2500 (20 days total)

Dates:                          August 2018 – November 2018

Location:                     London/Derby/National

We encourage applications from the widest range of candidates. We actively welcome candidates who self identify as LGBTQIA+ and those currently underrepresented in the arts, including people of colour and those who self identify as disabled.

Deadline: 13th July 2018, 5pm

Interviews will take place in London the week of 23rd July.

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