There’s lots of theatre opportunites this week, particularly for marginalised communities. We’ve compiled a list for you below, which we hope you will find useful. Good luck!
DISABLED SPECIFIC OPPORTUNITIES
Every Brain are looking for Manchester-based neurodivergent writers, voice actors and a sound designer for paid work.
Deadline 21st June. https://www.everybrain.co.uk/call-outs-commissions-and-more
Fringe of Colour are recruiting disabled writers of colour who are either blind or visually impaired and uses audio description, or deaf or hard of hearing and use BSL interpretation, to write about performance art and film.
Deadline 20th June. https://www.fringeofcolour.co.uk/news/recruiting-disabled-writers-of-colour
Deafinitely Theatre are hiring a new projects manager, for someone who is deaf aware and passionate about theatre and deaf people.
Deadline 23rd June. https://www.deafinitelytheatre.co.uk/projects-manager
UK New Artists “Future Producers” callout is looking for applications for three different projects, of which one is for projects working with disabled artists or participants, and one is for projects with an LGBTQ focus.
Deadline 28th June. https://uknewartists.co.uk/call-for-ideas-future-producers
The London Mayoral office has £70k worth of funding available for research and development projects (you can apply for between £3k and £10k) lead by disabled London-based artists.
GENERAL THEATRE OPPPORTUNITIES
Arts Depot are accepting applications for their upcoming autumn 2021 artist residencies.
Paines Plough are looking for a new Creative Associate.
Deadline 25th June. https://painesplough.com/get-involved/work-with-us/
The annual Women’s Prize for Playwriting is open for submissions until 11th July. http://womensprizeforplaywriting.co.uk/