Current Roles Available
We do not currently have any employment roles available unfortunately, however all future vacancies will be listed here so please do keep an eye out. Please see other opportunities listed below.
Masterclass: Making A Live Literature Show For Young People
Tuesday 12th June, 6.15pm – 9pm at The Freeword Centre, 60 Farringdon Road, Clerkenwell, London EC1R 3GA
Are you interested in creating and performing a boundary pushing narrative spoken word show?
This is an exciting one-off opportunity for spoken word artists interested in making work for older teenagers/young adults.
Drawing on issues regarding mental health and wellbeing, the masterclass will examine how to navigate creative boundaries between lived experience and fiction.
Award-nominated director, writer and performer Rosemary Harris will lead the masterclass. Rosemary’s company Papertale has produced four live literature shows for young audiences in partnership with Apples and Snakes and Half Moon. Rosemary’s current production, Boys Don’t, was nominated for Best Production for Young People in the 2017 Off West End Theatre Awards, and its UK tour has included live streaming from Brighton Festival 2017. See www.rosemaryharris.org for more information.
The masterclass is an opportunity for artists at any stage of their career although we are particularly interested in those new to making live literature shows, or those who have already made their own shows but not for young people.
This masterclass is being presented in partnership with Half Moon Theatre.
Places are limited, so to book a place please email: firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief summary of your experience and a brief explanation of why you would like to take part in this masterclass (max 200 words).
Deadline: 5th June, 2018
Workshop Facilitator Pool
We occasionally recruit for our pool of experienced freelance theatre facilitators. If you are interested in working with Half Moon in this capacity please contact us for more information.
To be eligible for a work experience placement at Half Moon, you must be a member of a Half Moon Youth Theatre, or study at a Tower Hamlets school. Tower Hamlets EBP facilitate any other work experience requests. Please visit the Work Experience page for more information and to contact us.
An enhanced DBS (formerly CRB) check will be requested of all successful applicants to jobs at Half Moon. In line with its equal opportunities policy, Half Moon does actively seek to employ disabled people and people from different backgrounds. Half Moon is a user of the Disability Symbol through JobCentrePlus, part of the Department for Work and Pensions.