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Company Producer, The Bare Project


We’re looking for a new Company Producer!

Job Description:

This role comprises a core part of The Bare Project production team as we develop as a company. The primary focus of this position in the coming months will be on activity relating to the development of a new installation piece Experiments in Listening, and a new play Paradise in Black and White, both of which we are developing with the support of Lyth Arts Centre in the Highlands and York Theatre Royal. We are also in the process of significant professional development over the course of 2018.

Duties include:

  • Project management (on small community commission and touring productions)
  • Tour booking (national/international touring)
  • Relationship building with new potential partners
  • Fundraising/bid-writing
  • Support with creative projects
  • Professional develop activities: setting up a board, liaising with accountant

The salary: 

£24k pro rata at 16 hours per week (in line with ITC recommendations).

**Company will cover travel/accommodation expenses for projects. We intend for this to be a long term role and have current funds to cover the first 6 months of the role (at 2 days a week). A working timeline can be created in collaboration with the company to best suit you and the project (eg. working some weeks more days and other weeks less days).

How to apply:

We will be having informal meetings with potential producers over the next two months. These are as much an opportunity for you to see if we’re the right fit for you as the other way around.

Please email: with a cover letter stating why you’re interested working with us and your CV, and if you have any questions.

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Photo, Crowds enjoying Garden of Light, by TILT. Lumiere London 2016, produced by Artichoke, supported by Mayor of London. Credit Matthew Andrews 2016.

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