Tangle (www.tangleinternational.com) and Prime Theatre (www.primetheatre.co.uk) are offering an exciting paid opportunity for professional theatre makers at any career stage to take part in training to deliver workshops based on Tangle’s upcoming touring production, Ben Jonson’s VOLPONE. Delivered by the expert team at Prime Theatre, and part of the AMPLIFY arts development scheme, training will focus on devising education workshops for Key Stages, 2 3 and 4, based around Jonson, Renaissance theatre and ‘breaking the language barrier.’
Participants will receive a fee of £150 inclusive to attend for the two training days or £90 + the administration of a DBS check if a DBS is not already in place.
Training takes place on Monday 9 and Monday 16 September 2019 from 11am –6pm at Yinka Shonibare’s Guest Projects in Hackney, London E8.
Participants must also commit to delivering a further workshop in Swindon between 23 September – 11 October 2019 for up to one day. A fee of £80 plus travel will be paid for this work.
After this training there may be further possibilities to deliver workshops as part of Tangle’s Discovery Programme across South West England, or as part of Prime Theatre’s programme in Swindon, during 2020.
If you would like to apply to take part in the training, please send a CV (or equivalent summary of work experience) and a brief statement of interest (no more than one page) expressing your relevant experience and confirmation of your DBS status to Anna Coombs, Artistic Director at no later than Monday 29 July at 12 noon GMT.
We actively encourage BAME and disabled applicants and value the positive impact difference has across our teams.
Tangle is an African and Caribbean touring theatre company with a special focus in South West England.
We deliver touring theatre productions in two distinct formats, with an incredible dynamism established in the relationship between the performers and their audiences. Tangle Company, our professional ensemble of actor-singers, perform newly commissioned poetic and musical adaptations in multiple languages without design, lights or recorded sound. Our main productions have ambitious practical lighting, live music and fully flexible sets that can scale up or down, travelling to both traditional theatres and more unconventional settings without compromising quality. In conjunction with this work sits AMPLIFY, a talent development project building sector skills off-stage, with specialist placements in recorded sound and practical lighting design, a resident director scheme, Educator Training for arts professionals keen to develop workshop practitioner skills, Tangle Café and our new Artist Support Network, enabling theatre makers to share ideas and problem solve.
Prime Theatre has been touring professional productions to theatres and schools since 1986. Prime is National Portfolio Organisation specifically committed to children and young people aged 5-25 years. As well as touring productions from its base in Swindon, Prime has large education and outreach programme which includes Prime Youth Theatre and is resident in 10 schools across Swindon. Working closely with Children’s Services, we prioritize access and subsidy for young from disadvantaged backgrounds; economics, traveler, BAME, Looked After Children and Deaf young people.
Yinka Shonibare’s Guest Projects in Hackney, London E8.