The Marlowe
Opportunities for artists

Opportunities for artists

We support artists across the region at different stages throughout their career.

Recruitment Workshop For Freelance Performing Arts Creatives

Monday 27 February
5.30pm – 7.30pm

The Marlowe’s Learning & Participation department are hosting another freelance recruitment workshop to meet performing arts creatives who have or would like to gain experience of working with young people, community groups and schools.

We are aware that there is a rich pool of creative talent across the whole of Kent who we have not had the chance to meet yet, and who may not necessarily be aware of the work we do at The Marlowe.

Our work is expanding, we have many new opportunities coming up and we are looking to add to the range of skills within our talented pool of facilitators that we draw on for our Learning and Participation work. We are interested in hearing from those at the start of their careers and those who are more established, with a background in dance, music, theatre, circus, clowning, improv, Shakespeare, physical theatre, musical theatre, voice, forum theatre, film, puppets, opera…

On the day we will be able to tell you about what we are currently doing and some of our ambitions. It will be a chance to come and listen, share your practice, and ultimately have a bit of fun.

We will ask you to deliver a participatory activity of your choice, such as team building/devising creative activity to the group. Please come prepared to share.

If you would like to register your interest, please complete our form and we will get in touch with further information. If you are interested but cannot make the day, please do get in contact. We would still like to hear from you.

The nature of this work constitutes as “regulated work” with children and protected adults. Therefore, candidates must be part of the DBS update system or be willing to undergo a DBS check.



The Marlowe Studio is dedicated to the development of new ideas.

We nurture and create new work with regional artists, through commissioning, R&D and scratch performances.


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