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Are you planning to apply for an Arts Council National Lottery Project Grant? Book in now for a free 1-2-1 advice surgery with the Arts Council’s Phillip Butterworth who will be on hand with advice and pointers to make your application stand out.
The sessions will take place on Wed 25 Sep (11am-4.30pm) and Thu 28 Nov (10am-4pm).
To book a 30 minute session, please email Kathy.email@example.com
We are looking for adventurous performances addressing attitudes towards and understanding of gender. We’re on the lookout for local & South West artists to commission new work for the Come As You Are scratch night (Sun 17 Nov 2019), and also to perform fully formed pieces of work as part of the main festival programme (Sat 16 & Sun 17 Nov 2019).
Details about the festival and opportunity can be found here >>
Hello my name is Adam and I’ve written a “bloody” musical. The next stage in development is the workshop, and so I’m now looking for performers to help me bring it to life! My musical is about a Vampire – imagine Rocky Horror meets Sweeney Todd and you’re getting close. For this workshop, together we will look at realising and filming a number of scenes, that involve the main characters:
*Dancing not essential but ideally all will have strong vocals*
Multiple characters can be played by the same performer so versatility in your performance would be a great asset. This is no ordinary musical as it uses a variety of music styles, from Rock, Pop & Indie to folk & “traditional musical” style music, so a love of all music styles is imperative! The resulting footage will be seen by Top West End movers and shakers so it will be an excellent opportunity for aspiring actors/actresses to showcase themselves.
Auditions will be held at Exeter Phoenix. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details and to book an audition time.
Submissions are now open for Two Short Nights Film Festival 2019 for short films from every genre including drama, animation, documentary, artists moving image, experimental and music videos.
We’re recruiting new volunteer stewards, and are looking for enthusiastic people who love film and enjoy working in a customer focused environment.
Shifts are available for every cinema screening, and include collecting tickets on the door, assisting with the smooth running of Studio 74 during screenings, looking after the safety and comfort of our customers and advocating Exeter Phoenix facilities and events.
Are you are looking to gain experience in a contemporary arts environment, and immerse yourself in the Exeter art scene?
We are looking for people to assist in invigilating our main gallery on Saturday afternoons, talking to visitors, ensuring the safety of the artwork and helping collect comments.
Are you are looking to gain experience in a professional arts environment, and see a whole host of live music along the way?
We are looking for people to assist in the smooth running of our music gigs, looking after the safety and comfort of our customers and helping to promote Exeter Phoenix facilities and events. If you are enthusiastic, enjoy working in a customer focused environment and excited by our program this could be for you.
Gallery333: Gallery333 is a dedicated space to exhibit small, contemporary art installations. It is an intimate ‘window’ gallery space with a secure glass door situated in a busy location within the building. Dimensions are 125cm high x 74cm wide x 36cm deep.
Café Gallery: Our busy café bar offers a great platform for visual artists based in the South West to exhibit and sell their work. Suitable for 2D artworks with max. dimensions of approx. 1m. We are looking for a range of contemporary practice including challenging and experimental work.
Submissions should be by email with images or web link attached along with an outline proposal, statement and CV if applicable
The Reviews Hub is currently looking to expand the review team in Exeter and the South West.The Reviews Hub is a nation-wide theatre review website offering comprehensive coverage of regional theatre in the UK. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of the review team. Get in touch for more information.