Administrative Assistant – part-time, London office
The Administrative Assistant will support the day-to-day smooth running of the company’s London office. They’ll report to the marketing and producing teams, and work across a wide range of the company’s projects. They’ll play a key role in assisting in the delivery of our high-profile events, in London, and across the UK.
The successful candidate will already possess several years’ relevant arts administration experience, which will allow them to work productively and cohesively, within a small, hard-working team, and be flexible in their required duties.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Monday November 18, 2019
EMPLOYMENT START: December 2019
Freelance Data Collector
We are seeking talented and motivated individuals to collect personal data from audiences at our London shows. The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate good communication skills, be outgoing, willing to strike up a conversation with audiences and talk passionately about our brand to convince people to sign up to the mailing list.
Dates: Maximum two evenings per month, immediate start and ongoing.
Pay: £20 per evening plus free entry to shows
To apply please e-mail a CV and short cover letter to us here
Stage Manager – freelance (London)
We are looking for organised, motivated and experienced freelance stage managers to oversee our live comedy shows, predominantly in London but occasionally in other parts of the UK. These are one-night engagements, 2-3 times throughout each month and will be paid on an hourly rate. Responsibilities will include: face-to-face liaison with venue technical teams, box office and security staff plus stage managing to ensure a smooth experience for the performers, venue and audience.
Dates: Immediate start and ongoing depending on availability and ability
Pay: Competitive day/half-day rates plus per Diems based on location
Requirements: Previous experience of stage management and/or the running of live comedy nights is essential.
Please e-mail a covering letter and CV to us here