More creative job opportunities in the arts today, as well as some useful info. Fancy contributing to an exciting youth project in Ipswich? Being a resident writer at the Oxford Playhouse? We’re all over it.

Theatre 503 are launching their new disabled accessible space with the amazing decision to stop charging hire fees and replacing them with a 50:50 box office split.

Diversity School are looking for a Deaf/Disabled drama school graduate to co-facilitate an event at the Globe exploring ableism within drama schools.

Email to apply.

As part of a pilot scheme, the Autistic Joy project will be offering paid mentoring for four autistic artists, delivered by artist and mentor Victoria Gray. The pilot is aimed at emerging artists based in the UK who are not in formal education or currently receiving mentoring, who identify as autistic.

Please email to find out more.

The Bush Theatre have announced that for their new season, they will be doubling the number of audio-described and captioned performances, and introducing Relaxed Environment and Sensory Adapted performances.

Cloud Cuckooland Theatre are hiring for one Children’s Theatre Leadership trainee and three Headstart Children’s Theatre trainees (suitable for performers, musicians, designers, makers, writers, directors and composers) living in Birmingham. The Leadership job and two of the Headstart roles are reserved for artists who are racially marginalised, and the other Headstart role is reserved for a deaf, disabled or neurodivergent artist.

Deadline for Leadership is 9th August and Headstart is 16th August:

The Almeida Theatre are looking for directors with an interest in/experience in community theatre for their Key Workers Cycle, nine short plays to be performed by both professional actors and community participants.

Deadline 9th August:

The Oxford Playhouse have opened applications for their annual Writer’s Attachment Programme, which involves monthly sessions culminating in a showcase.

Deadline 13th August:

Lung Ha Theatre are launching a new pilot programme of free weekly online drama workshops for adults with learning disabilities living in Scotland.

Deadline 13th August: Find the form here

Common Ground are looking for an artist or company to create a youth project at Ipswich Museum. They are looking for people with experience in working with young people, especially in working with disadvantaged and/or disabled young people.

Deadline 16th August: