Odd Eyes Theatre is continuously looking to broaden its pool of creatives to provide relevant, meaningful theatre and film programmes to a range of learners and participants from the community through our Creative Debate programme.
We are currently offering opportunities to prospective facilitators to train with us by observing our workshops where you will get to understand the Creative Debate technique and get to know and introduce yourself to our team.
Our work is rooted in Augusto Boal’s methodologies and aims to use art as a tool for social change. We are looking for artists with experience in facilitating participant-led work, devised and developed by the participants. The successful candidate will have significant experience of working with young people in secondary schools and youth groups.
Observation dates: 10th November 8.50am-11.30am (Walthamstow) or 28th November 8.55-15.30 (Enfield). Please allow 3 hours for the observation session.
Contract: Expenses covered
Location: Project activity: Greater London.
Closing date: 3rd November
How to Apply
Please send your CV, a cover letter addressing your interest in the role and any relevant experience to [email protected] by midnight on 3rd November 2023.
Observers need to have a valid DBS.
If you would like to discuss this position or if you require any support with the application process, please contact Andreea at [email protected] to arrange a phone call.
Diversity is at the core of Odd Eyes’ existence as a company. We are open to applications from people from any age, abilities, ethnicity, nationality, gender and socio-economic background.
About Odd Eyes Theatre
Odd Eyes Theatre opens up communication and generates conversations between individuals from diverse age groups, needs, abilities, cultures, social backgrounds and walks of life. Through theatre, film, creative journeys and learning opportunities we create exchange, break barriers and celebrate diversity.
Odd Eyes Theatre is a registered Charity (N. 1159836).
For current and past project please visit www.oddeyestheatre.net