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Top 5 theatre jobs and auditions of the week – The Phantom of the Opera auditions and Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts (May 17)

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This week’s top theatre vacancies on The Stage Jobs includes auditions for The Phantom of the Opera in the West End, head of production at Serious and senior voice tutor at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.

The Phantom of the Opera is holding open auditions for male and female dancers to star in the West End production. Auditions will take place at Her Majesty’s Theatre and Pineapple Studios. Find out more here

Serious is one of the UK’s leading producers of live music, ranging from large festivals to intimate club gigs. It is seeking a head of production to deliver its wide range of live events to a high standard. Find out more here

Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts is looking for a senior voice tutor who will primarily be responsible for the delivery of voice lessons across the Acting, Actor Musician and Musical Theatre pathways. The successful candidate will report to the head of voice and work alongside the second senior voice tutor and senior acting tutors. Find out more here

Dorking Halls, in Surrey, is seeking an event and business development manager. As well as being a theatre and cinema, Dorking Halls has over 700 hire events a year. The role involves co-ordinating all event planning and generating new business to hit income targets. Find out more here

Haven has a vacancy for an entertainment manager to join its resort in Ayr. The successful candidate will be responsible for the delivery of contemporary entertainment across the resort. Find out more here

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