Are you looking for work in the arts industry? Each week we at A Younger Theatre are featuring the best job applications from across the arts spectrum. Whether you’re looking for permanent, part time or freelance work, we will try and highlight the best jobs across the UK for you.


Outside Edge Theatre

Type: Actor

Location: London

Pay: Paid, not specified

Deadline: April 28

Description: This Company that supports people affected by addiction, are looking for actors familiar with OET work. Three roles are available for men aged 40-50 years-old or women aged 30-40 years-old. Need to be used to working in a devising process, be able to sing, play an instrument and have circus or stand-up skills. To apply send head shots and a CV to


National Association of Street Artists

Type: Arts Writers/ Reviewers

Location: London or nationally

Pay: £150 per day, plus £20 for food

Deadline: April 28

Description: The NASA are looking for two writers to join the team as Arts Assessors of outdoor arts in the UK. One is an expert in outdoor theatre, perhaps a performer with writing experience. The other is from a classic theatre background, but with an interest in the outdoor arts. Must be available June 26-27 for Greenwich Fair, Winchester Hat Fair on July 4 and 5, and Out There in Great Yarmouth on September 19 – 20. To apply email with a CV and covering letter.


Rachel Young

Type: Freelance Producer

Location: Birmingham

Pay: £3000

Deadline: April 24

Description: Rachel Young, a theatre maker in Birmingham, is looking for a freelance producer to help her with her Arts Council funded project ‘I, Myself and Me.’, in partnership with Mac Birmingham. Need 2 years experience, marketing and social media experience and contacts in the industry. For more information and to apply, click here.


The National Theatre

Type: In Schools Project Manager

Location: London

Pay: £30,000 per rata

Deadline: May 11

Description: The National is seeking a new project manager to work on a new schools streaming service called In Schools. Candidate needs to have excellent project management skills, an interest in digital and social media, and knowledge of and experience in the education sector. To apply click here.


The Old Vic

Type: Corporate Development Manager

Location: London

Pay: £28,000 – £32,000 DOE

Deadline: May 1

Description: The famous London theatre are looking for a new corporate development manager. The candidate should have a background in fundraising for the arts, be an exceptional relationship manager and have experience in business planning. To apply click here.