The Marina Theatre is situated right in the heart of Lowestoft and has a full programme of shows, everything from family pantomimes to West End Musicals and top class comedians.
We are currently redeveloping and relaunching our young people and outreach work and will be offering a wide assortment of workshops and activities over the coming months, including technical theatre courses, work experience, community theatre events and much more. We are always looking for volunteers to work with us across all areas and this can be a great way to learn more about the theatre world as well as catch some of the amazing shows we have on!
Our goal is to make the Marina Theatre an essential part of the local community and a valuable source of advice and opportunities for young people to explore the many and varied career paths in the arts.
Have a look at our website for more of what we do and check here icanbea... for updates on how we're getting on and how you can be involved.
Volunteering at the Marina
The Marina Theatre needs volunteers to work across all areas. Our Volunteer team perform a vital role, welcoming our visitors and making sure they have a wonderful time at the Marina Theatre.
Volunteers receive a range of benefits:
- A chance to see a variety of shows
- Theatre tours and open days
- Regular newsletters
- Meet new people
- Special events
Working for us
We are currently looking for freelance creative arts practitioners...
The Marina Theatre is expanding and developing its Education, Young People and Outreach work and we are looking for experienced and talented Freelance Creative Arts Practitioners to join our pool. We have various exciting projects on the horizon in a range of settings and with a variety of groups.
We are keen to hear from people with the following experience and skills:
- A range of practical performing art skills
- Experience of workshop planning and delivery
- Experience of working with young people aged between 5-18 years old
- Experience of directing young people in theatrical productions
- Self-motivated, well-organised and efficient
- Commitment to furthering young people’s skill and experience as creators of theatre and helping them take ownership of their work
- Experience managing potentially complex participants and behaviours
- Co-facilitation experience
If you would like to be considered for work as a Creative Arts Practitioner with us please submit a CV and a short covering letter outlining your area of interest and relevant experience to Will Isgrove firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out more
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