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Top 5 theatre jobs of the week – ABTT, National Theatre and AIDA Cruises (April 19)

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This week’s top theatre vacancies on The Stage Jobs includes head of stage at the National Theatre, auditions for AIDA Cruises and the artistic director position at Theatre Royal Stratford East.

Auditions – AIDA Cruises

AIDA Cruises is seeking highly skilled and versatile singers for  entertainment productions on its 12 ships, sailing on voyages from America to Europe and from Asia to the Caribbean. Find our more here

Association co-ordinator – ABTT

The Association of British Theatre Technicians (ABTT) is seeking an individual with experience of office administration to co-ordinate the ABTT’s activities and membership services. Find out more here

Head of stage – National Theatre

An opportunity has arisen at the National Theatre for a head of stage to lead the department in realising its creative concepts in practical terms. Find out more here

Technical manager – Nuffield Southampton Theatres

Nuffield Southampton Theatres is recruiting for a technical manager, who will be responsible for the safe and efficient running of the technical logistics for productions, events, visiting companies and hires. Find out more here

Artistic director – Theatre Royal Stratford East

The Theatre Royal Stratford East is seeking a new artistic director whose ambition and vision will take one of the most beautiful theatres in London into a new phase of its history. Find out more here

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