Work Experience Opportunities
Interested in community theatre, diversity and inclusion, and a possible career in the Arts?
If you’re in Years 10 or 11 (in a mainstream or special school) we might be able to offer accessible work experience placements.
What to expect:
Our ‘hands on’ approach gives a realistic understanding of what’s involved in the world of inclusive theatre.
You would work as part of our creative team, with a great opportunity to improve your performance skills.
You’ll learn about every part of our programme: workshops, performance events and schools tours.
And you’ll see how to run a professional inclusive theatre company.
We’ll ask you to help prepare and run workshops, lend a hand with rehearsals, jointly lead some sessions and support participants.
You can also help out with the administration that makes everything run smoothly.
Every work experience student will get a written reference at the end of the placement.
Placements last for one or two weeks and are based in our Edmonton studio.
We can only offer a few placements each year, but if you’re interested…..
How to Apply:
Contact our General Manager, Tracey Viechweg by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 020 8350 3461 and tell Tracey:
- Why you want work experience at Face Front
- The work experience dates at your school
- Your teacher’s name and contact number
- When you need to have a placement confirmed
Tracey says: “We believe a ‘hands on’ approach really benefits students and gives them a realistic understanding of what’s involved in working in the Arts. We encourage work experience students to be part of the creative team, challenge their own expectations, enhance their social and theatre skills, and above all, enjoy their time with us.”