Assistant Director - Exodus


Job Description


Freelance fee: £3,500
Closing date:
Monday 30th May, 9am
Interview Date:
Interviews will be held via Zoom, dates to be confirmed.

We are seeking to work with an Assistant Director on our upcoming production Exodus, with a view to developing the pool of talent working in this discipline in Scottish theatre.

This is an exciting opportunity for someone with experience in directing to develop their skills. You will work closely with the director and the rest of the production team to help realise an exciting new touring production, premiering this summer at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

This role would particularly an early-career artist who wants to develop their skills and expand their craft.

On a flexible basis between 27th June – 22nd September 2022

To apply, please send an email, audio, or virtual CV and Cover letter to

Applicants who have access needs should contact Fiona Hanrahan on 0141 221 0970 or

You can find out more about the production here.

The closing date for applications is Monday 30th May, 9am.

Interviews will be held via Zoom, dates to be confirmed.

All changes to the interview process will be at the discretion of the National Theatre of Scotland.

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