Extraordinary Bodies are looking for a Project Producer to work on our new show Waldo’s Circus of Magic and Terror. You can find a brief outline of the positions below. To find out more and to apply, click on the relevant recruitment pack button below.
About Waldo’s Circus of Magic and Terror
This show is a major new mid-scale circus written by Hattie Naylor and Jamie Beddard with an original score from Charles Hazlewood. The show is presented by Extraordinary Bodies, co-produced with Theatre Royal Plymouth and Bristol Old Vic and will tour to 7 venues across the UK from Spring 2023.
Inspired by true events, Waldo’s Circus of Magic and Terror tells the story of the eponymous ringmaster and his travelling circus in the years immediately before the Second World War. Every night, this close-knit group of outcasts and misfits, acrobats and aerialists, lovers and fighters dedicate their whole selves to the entertainment of others, while by day they struggle to survive in a country overrun by Nazi fervour.
Term: 1 year fixed term (part-time – 4 days per week) contract running 19 September 2022, flexible hours.
Fee: £30,000 pro rata (£24,000) – includes 29 days of paid holiday (including bank holidays) and Statutory Pension Contributions after the first 3 months.
Deadline to apply: Wednesday, 31st August 2022.
Access and Inclusion
We encourage applications from people who face systemic barriers to the arts, because we need diversity of thought, experience and approach more than ever.
Extraordinary Bodies welcome and actively seek applications from those currently underrepresented in our workforce and the arts community, particularly people of colour and disabled people (as defined by the Equality Act 2010).
We will work with you to remove any barriers to applying or attending a chat. If you have any questions about this role, you can get in touch with Daisy on firstname.lastname@example.org