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At National Theatre of Scotland we want to ensure accessibility extends beyond the stage, for us it permeates every aspect of our operations. From recruitment practices to office environments, we are committed to fostering an inclusive culture where diversity thrives.

Through proactive measures such as accessible job postings, flexible work arrangements, and inclusive hiring practices, the organisation strives to attract talent from diverse backgrounds. Moreover, our creative headquarters Rockvilla was designed with accessibility in mind, accommodating the needs of employees with disabilities and providing resources for ongoing support.

At the National Theatre of Scotland, we believe in creating a welcoming space for everyone. We celebrate diversity and do not discriminate based on:

  • Race, nationality, or ethnic background
  • Citizen status or immigration status
  • Hair texture or hairstyle
  • Sex, sexual orientation, or gender(s) and gender expression
  • Age, religion, or language
  • Deafness, disability, or neurodiversity
  • Chronic conditions or mental health
  • Socio-economic status or educational background
  • Skin tone, pregnancy, or maternity/paternity
  • Marriage or civil partnership
  • Class or cultural markings/tattoos

We understand that language and terms evolve over time. That’s why we’re dedicated to regularly reviewing and updating this statement with input from our communities.

Working with us

Parents in Performing Arts (PiPa)

At the National Theatre of Scotland, we are proud supporters of Parents in Performing Arts (PiPa). We understand the unique challenges that parents and caregivers face in the arts industry. That's why we're committed to creating a family-friendly workplace that supports a healthy work-life balance. Whether it's through flexible working hours, family-friendly policies, or providing a supportive environment, we strive to make it easier for parents and caregivers to thrive in their careers while managing their family responsibilities.

Disability Confident Employer

We are proud to be recognized as a Disability Confident Employer. This means we are committed to inclusive practices that support employees with disabilities. Our aim is to create a workplace where everyone can succeed, regardless of their abilities. We provide reasonable adjustments, promote accessibility, and work continuously to remove barriers that might prevent anyone from achieving their full potential. At the National Theatre of Scotland, diversity and inclusion are at the heart of what we do.

LGBT+ Charter Mark

The National Theatre of Scotland holds the LGBT+ Charter Mark, a testament to our commitment to equality and inclusion for the LGBT+ community. We believe in creating a safe and welcoming environment for everyone, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. Through our policies, training, and advocacy, we strive to support and celebrate the LGBT+ community. This Charter Mark reflects our dedication to fostering an inclusive culture where everyone feels valued and respected.