Supported by Dudley Council, The Play House is excited to be part of the New Histories project happening in the Lye community. New Histories is a programme that brings communities together through the co-creation of creative artworks and performances.
We are looking to work with a freelance workshop facilitator/storyteller to support The Play House to work in school settings in Lye to work with children creatively to contribute to a digital civic monument. You should feel confident to work independently within school settings.
Delivery is a total of 16 days between January and February 2022. We are keen to hear from people we may not have worked with previously and would like to work with a facilitator/storyteller based in the Black Country.
We want to be the change we want to see in the arts. The Theatre Industry is disproportionately represented by people who are white, able-bodied and from a narrow range of socio-economic backgrounds. We seek to encourage applications from those who are currently under-represented in the Theatre Industry.
All rates of pay and working conditions adhere to ITC guidance.
Please send a CV or 5 minute video/audio recording to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12 p.m., Friday 5th November 2021.
About us: The Play House Theatre in Education company has been supporting schools in Birmingham bring the awe and wonder of the world into their classrooms for 35 years.
Our touring programme of workshops bring learning to life for children aged 3-11 and beyond. Our workshops are immersive, theatrical, and we provide exciting fictional contexts for children to explore meaningful questions and challenge difficult ideas in a safe environment.