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Workshop Facilitator (KS4 and KS5)

Theatre Alibi is seeking experienced Workshop Facilitators to join our pool of freelancers. From November 2018 we will be offering a brand new workshop to schools and colleges for GCSE, BTEC and A-Level Drama students, exploring the company’s distinctive theatrical style, as well as devising and storytelling techniques. Theatre Alibi is a prescribed practitioner on the AQA A-Level Drama and Theatre Studies syllabus.

Engagement is on the basis of self-employed freelance work and workshop facilitators will invoice for their fees. Initially we will pay anyone invited to join the pool £300, for 2 days of work for handover and prep. Thereafter, we will pay £130 per day for workshop delivery (as well as travel expenses and accommodation expenses as required). After a school has made an initial inquiry, we will arrange a date that is mutually suitable for an available facilitator and the school.

The workshops will be two-hour practical sessions for a minimum of six and a maximum of 15 students aged 16 - 19.

If you have any questions, please get in touch with Ruth Weyman, Executive Producer on 01392 217 315 or email

To apply, please send us your CV and a covering letter (max 2 pages) saying why you would be interested in working for Theatre Alibi and detailing relevant experience.

Please send your application to by 9am on Mon 1 October. Please use WORKSHOP FACILITATOR APPLICATION in the subject line.

Shortlisted candidates will be invited to an interview at Emmanuel Hall in Exeter on Thurs 11 October, with second round interviews / workshop observation taking place the following week. Travel expenses will be paid (standard class rail/bus fare or mileage at 22p p/m).

We welcome applications from everyone and are particularly keen to meet people from traditionally under-represented groups. If you have any access requirements, eg requiring a BSL-interpreter, please just let us know. Emmanuel Hall is wheelchair accessible.

Invitation for technical and designer introductions

Theatre Alibi would like to invite technicians, design assistants, stage managers (all under that umbrella - TSM, CSM, DSM, ASM), prop makers, and anyone else who specialises in a theatre backstage area, making and touring theatre, to introduce themselves to us. We’d love to know who is currently out there and wants to work in creating joyful, intricate and inventive stories for the stage and for thousands of people to see.

Send your CVs and a brief introduction about who you are and what you do to

Theatre Alibi is a member of the Independent Theatre Council with Ethical Manager Status. We’re committed to being fair employers and making our company a rewarding and enjoyable place to work and we’ll always pay at least the Equity minimum. Encouraging diversity is an important part of our principles and we’re keen to ensure our recruitment process is fair and transparent in relation to everyone we take on.