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Would you like the chance to come and work with us, find out more about our work with theatres and theatre writers, make a creative contribution to our programme and gain some professional experience?

Theatre Writing Partnership is based at Nottingham Playhouse and works with theatres and theatre writers throughout the East Midlands and beyond. We find new ideas for theatre, support and develop the best ones and then present and showcase new work on a regular basis. We work with writers, directors and actors and with theatre companies and theatre venues.

We are looking for a volunteer placement who can help us with our online communications via our newly designed website. We are looking for someone who would enjoy taking an imaginative approach, feel confident interviewing writers, writing short articles, contributing to our blog and keeping the creative communication going with writers, producers and theatre makers.

We would also like to get you involved in our writer development programmes carrying out administrative tasks and helping to manage and process script submissions.

So we would like to hear from you if you:

Are passionate about theatre and involved in performance, theatre making or theatre writing.
Have some experience of writing for websites or publications.
Are a bit internet savvy and interested in creative communication on line.
Would like to work in arts management or theatre one day – you might even be an aspiring playwright or director
Are interested in gaining experience and making professional contacts in theatre.
Are prepared to give up some of your time and join our busy office and dynamic team of two!

Broadly speaking we would like to work with someone who can start as soon as possible and could give up approximately 15 days between 1 May and the end of July 2010. The  work would be mostly based in Nottingham with occasional trips to other places. We will cover any travel costs.
Please contact Bianca Winter for more information: The deadline for applications (letter and CV) is 21 April 2010.

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