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Oct 18

Slung Low - Paid Internship

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This is exciting; I’ve just seen it on Twitter. Slung Low are a great company based in Leeds. They make some wonderful, immersive theatre in their venue and at sight specific locations around the North. https://www.slunglow.org/producing-internship/ This is a paid internship. They’re a great company to get involved with.

 

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Producing Internship

APPLY TO BE OUR NEW PRODUCING INTERN

We are currently looking for an aspiring Theatre Producer or Arts Leader to join the team on a 5 month, paid internship. You’ll work closely with the Producer on every aspect of running a small National Portfolio arts company, from accounting to marketing to creative learning projects and everything in between. You’ll work mainly from Slung Low’s base in Holbeck but there will be opportunities to travel with the company to deliver projects and productions and take on a variety of roles.   The deadline for applications is Tuesday 12th November at 23:59.

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