Design Assistant - Thrown

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Closing date:
Tuesday 7th February 2023

Freelance fee: £2,000

Closing Date: Tuesday 7th February 2023

Start Date: On a flexible basis from now – 1st July 2023

Interview Dates: Wednesday 15th February 2023 TBC

We are a Theatre without walls and have imagination without limits. We are seeking to work with a Design Assistant on our upcoming production Thrown, with a view to developing the pool of talent working in this discipline in Scottish theatre.

This is an exciting opportunity for someone with some scenic design experience to develop their skills and gain experience on a touring production. You will work closely with the set designer and the rest of the production team to help realise the design of this exciting new production, premiering this summer.

This role would particularly suit a student, recent graduate or emerging artist who wants to develop their skills and expand their craft.

How to Apply

Application deadline: Tuesday 7th February 2023, 5pm

Application format: please send an email, audio, or virtual CV and Cover letter to recruitment@nationaltheatrescotland.com

For more information on how to apply you can also call Ailie Crerar-Blythe at National Theatre of Scotland on 0141 221 0970 or email recruitment@nationaltheatrescotland.com

National Theatre of Scotland is an accredited Living Wage employer, and freelance rates are offered with consideration to relevant union guidance.

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