The Ambassador Theatre Group is an extraordinary success story in the live entertainment industry. Founded in 1992 in the UK, we’ve grown into the world’s number one live-theatre company today. We cover every discipline in the theatre industry, from operating venues to ticketing platforms and producing shows. We are passionate about great shows and our ambition is to help them find the largest possible audiences.
Sunningwell School of Art seeks a new Trustee
We currently require an additional Singing Teacher to join our fun and lively team of performing arts tutors (option to teach drama also)
This role is specifically for our group of students aged 16 - 21yrs
Mainly group work but also 1:2:1 sessions preparing students for drama school auditions
Assisting with song selection, monologue choice etc
Position is for Saturdays 2.00pm - 5.00pm
There is the opportunity to cover other classes when tutors are absent
This is an on-going contract for the right person
Gobo Theatre is urgently seeking new tutors to help with expansion.
Youth Theatre sessions are currently on Saturday mornings, but we have the opportunity to offer Friday late afternoons/early evenings as well.
Adult sessions are on Monday evenings.
Based in Harwell, near Didcot, South Oxfordshire.
We are looking for singing teachers, dance teachers (for adult monday evenings only), drama teachers.
Great students, really committed friendly team, annual production.
Instruments of Time and Truth, Oxford’s world-class historical performance ensemble, seeks a Fundraising Manager to support the organisation’s work from September 2022.
Job Title: Fundraising Manager
Remuneration: £20.40/h ~30h/mo remote work, plus variable hours of attendance at events, on a freelance basis. Potential for role to expand.
Dick Whittington - Company Stage Manager (on the Book) and Assistant Stage Manager
October 2022 - January 2023
We are seeking a Company Stage Manager (on the book) and Assistant Stage Manager to join the team for our nationally renowned traditional family pantomime. You will be joining a close-knit team delivering one of the most acclaimed pantos (no pop songs! no celebrities!) in one of the most beautiful small theatres in the country.
Chipping Norton Theatre is a restlessly busy and ambitious theatre and arts centre in the Cotswolds. Welcoming over 50,000 people every year in a town of little over 8,000, The Theatre delivers a year-round programme of theatre, comedy, music, film and participatory activities for audiences across the region. More recently, we have grown as a producing house, creating three major productions each year and growing a stronger and more loyal audience as a result. Some of these shows have toured the UK and transferred to other theatres.
Gobo Theatre is looking for a drama teacher to handle expansion. The role is to work with our young people developing their performance skills, and ultimately working towards an annual production. This is a permanent part-time self-employed role that would suit someone local to South Oxfordshire.
The Calamity Cabaret is looking for performers and activists to participate on 2nd October at the Old Fire Station.
'Come along to The Calamity Cabaret for tips on how to live sustainably, to get information on actions and events happening in the Oxford area, and to learn about local organisations working to bring about a just transition. Oh, and to enjoy some singing and dancing.'
Want to develop and extend your art practice?
Want to join a supportive and encouraging creative group? Feel your practice has come to a halt?
Then the Warehouse Art School (WAS) may just be the answer you’ve been looking for!
Established in 2013 and originally based at OVADA and now based at art-sauce in East Oxford, the Warehouse Art School is a unique course designed to support and encourage your individual practice in whatever way is best for you.
Part time: Negotiable between 10-25 hours per week
Michael Stimpson's The Angry Garden, for solo singers, choir, and orchestra, was written to highlight the issues of climate change. Now, in association with the Green Arts Oxfordshire Network and Arts at the Old Fire Station, we are pleased to offer you the chance to respond creatively to the piece by making a short film using some of the music and be in with a chance of winning the £500 prize.