Top 5 theatre jobs of the week: Victoria Palace Theatre, Theatre Royal Stratford East, Delfont Mackintosh Theatres and more
This week’s top theatre jobs on The Stage Jobs include house manager for the Victoria Palace Theatre, head of stage for Theatre Royal Stratford East and head of marketing and sales for the Grand Opera House, Belfast.
The Victoria Palace Theatre, home of the upcoming London production of Hamilton, has a vacancy for a house manager. Applicants should be highly motivated and customer focused, with experience of managing a team. Find out more here
Theatre Royal Stratford East is seeking a new head of stage. This role is responsible for all aspects of the day to day running of the stage department. The usual place of work will be Theatre Royal Stratford East, but sometimes work in other locations will be required. Find out more here
The Grand Opera House, Belfast is recruiting a head of marketing and sales. The successful candidate will provide overall strategic leadership and implementation of the theatre’s marketing, sales, sponsorship and corporate hospitality strategies. Find out more here
Guildhall School of Music and Drama has a vacancy for head of recording and audio visual. The department primarily provides audio and video recording services to students, staff and visiting clients of the school. Find out more here
Delfont Mackintosh Theatres is looking for a motivated individual to take on the role of deputy master carpenter. The successful candidate will have appropriate experience of managing production turnaround and crews, as well as good knowledge of theatre carpentry, rigging and show operations. Find out more here
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