Opportunities - Blah Blah Blahs Theatre Company
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Theatre Company Blah Blah Blah seeks an artist, practitioner or facilitator to work with us to devise and deliver a day of drop-in creative activity at Leeds Central Library for children and families that will raise the profile and introduce themes and ideas related to our latest production The Vultures’ Song. A fee of £600 is being offered, with an additional materials budget negotiable if required.

We are seeking to commission the artist / practitioner / facilitator by the end of January 2020. The artist will begin devising and preparing the activity in consultation with our team from mid-February to deliver the activity mid to end of March 2020 (a mutually convenient date to be agreed).

For more information, please download the Creative Participation Artist Call Out Brief (PDF).

To express an interest in this opportunity, please contact Deborah Pakkar-Hull at deborah@blahs.co.uk, giving further information about your artform specialism(s) and any related work.



Theatre Company Blah Blah Blah seeks a suitably qualified professional to work with us on a discreet strategic development project to inform our plans for small-scale touring over the next 3 years, gathering reflections and useful learning from our upcoming tour of The Vultures’ Song written by Mike Kenny.

We are looking to engage someone early February 2020 to deliver this piece of work alongside the The Vultures’ Song tour – with the final report/output completed by end of May 2020. There is a fee available for this piece of work of £1,000 plus reasonable travel and expenses.

For more information, please download the  Evaluation and Development Brief (PDF).

If you are interested in this role, please get in touch with Associate Producer Ben Rothera at ben.rothera@hotmail.co.uk in the first instance.