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We’re on the lookout for two brilliant and imaginative Season Producers to shape and deliver our new programmes. Our two Seasons a year will each explore an urgent, contemporary human concern in a variety of live and digital formats, from spoken word to comedy, music, literature, art, film and conversation.
You will be passionate about the role that culture can play in society, have an interest in widening the range of perspectives and voices heard in the mainstream, and an ear – and eye – for words used skilfully and powerfully.
You will be able to identify artistic excellence across genres and approaches and will instil confidence in high profile and emerging artists alike. You will have expertise in developing programming for 18 to 30-year-olds within a season, festival or event series context.
The role will involve working closely with the Director, the other Season Producer, the Communications Manager, Development Manager and our events team.
If you’d like to apply, please visit our Vacancies page for more information.
All applications must be received by Wednesday, 7 February.
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