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Project Practitioner - Film / Musical Theatre, Stage2 Youth Theatre


Stage2 Youth Theatre Charity have been running for 30 years and are currently reaching out to the wider community for a Practitioner in the West Midlands to run their Project Option in their Spring Term 2019.

After canvassing just under 100 of our members, there was an equal split between wishing to learn about Film Making OR Musical Theatre.

We are currently welcoming applications from candidates within both disciplines and are seeking a practitioner with a high level of experience (either holding a degree level qualification or an equivalent amount of experience) to lead weekly Saturday workshops for 11 weeks from January – April.

Our Project Option is designed to facilitate older, more career minded members in the morning (10am – 1pm) and younger, more active members in the afternoon (2pm – 5pm). The successful candidate will demonstrate an ability to adapt their practice accordingly and offer unique and high-quality experiences for a mixed age group, many of whom have specific educational needs.

We are an integrated charity with young people from a wealth of backgrounds and abilities and would expect any candidate to be adaptive towards this. Any successful candidate will have a passion for the betterment and empowerment of young people and reflect this in their organisational and creative skills.

Payment for this position will be on a Freelance basis with a total sum of £1,640 (part-time fixed fee) to be paid in two halves.

For a full Job Description please email your interest to – to find out more about this West Midlands Charity visit

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