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With an illustrious past, the iconic Theatre Royal Windsor has a bright future as an exciting and innovative theatre in the heart of historic Windsor town, serving locals and visitors alike.
Managed by the UK’s most prolific producer Bill Kenwright, we are nationally significant as the only commercial producing theatre outside London, blazing the trail for regional creative organisations.
Theatre Royal Windsor are looking for a motivated and well-organised person who is passionate about theatre to join our team as Theatre Administrator.
Do you love theatre? Fancy a new challenge in the new year? Do you have an ambition to run a theatre or be a producer one day?
The Theatre Administrator works closely with the Theatre Co-Directors on programming visiting shows, casting, producing, contracting and general admin.
Theatre Royal Windsor is proud to be one of the only unsubsidised producing theatres in the UK that is nestled in the shadows of Windsor Castle and only a short train ride from central London.
Please download the below job description for full details of the role.
Salary is dependent on experience.
To apply, please send a copy of your CV and a covering letter stating your suitability for the role and your current or most recent salary to:
For more information please contact the Anne-Marie or Jon Woodley the Theatre Co-Directors on 01753 863444 or the email above. The deadline for applications is 5pm, Friday 3rd January 2020.
Please note interviews will be held in W/C 6th January.
FRONT OF HOUSE POSITIONS:
The Theatre Royal Family are very busy presenting multiple shows and events, often 7 days per week!
Our Front of House Team are here to make sure everyone’s visit is a comfortable, safe and special one. Covering everything from the Coffee and Bars, Theatre Shop, Ushering, Security and more, there is never a dull moment.
If you have a love of the arts and you’re sociable, friendly, reliable and interested in working for our Front of House Team, please email your Cover Letter and CV to Beth Fox-Williams, Front of House Manager.
“Let’s go hand in hand, not one before another.” Williams Shakespeare, The Comedy of Errors.