The biggest selection of theatre jobs in the UK You are advised to bear in mind the following before responding to advertisers: Bona fide auditions never charge to attend. If you decide to work abroad, contact Equity before you do so. How to: Get a job in the music industry - The Big Music Project Very few industries are more exciting to work in than the music industry. We’re not saying that it is all glitz and glamour – it’s hard work, more so now than ever! We know that it isn’t always easy to get your foot in the door of the industry – but it is possible. First and foremost, it is important to be clear about the role you want within the industry and work towards the skills required to fulfil it.
Show Time Spanish Show Time Spanish was introduced in October 2008 as a follow-on from lesson 80 of Coffee Break Spanish. Presenters Mark and Alba discuss a number of themes and take the opportunity to help listeners build their language skills through varied and lively lessons. In addition to the ongoing discussions and presentations, Show Time Spanish also features a telenovela, Verano Español. ArtsProfessional £40,000 - £40,000 (pro rata) Closing date: 08 May 2017 TVA seeks a dynamic and ambitious new CEO to lead the organisation in an exciting period of growth and transition. Wysing seeks a new Chair of Trustees who is passionate about art and culture and who will work to ensure that Wysing’s visibility as a unique site of art production and experimentation is understood and appreciated nationally and internationally. £27,668 - £31,601 (per annum)
Denza – Luxury International Fashion Recruitment Specialists As shown by being one of the founders of Graduate Fashion Week in 1988, Vanessa Denza has always taken the nurturing of Graduate talent very seriously. At Denza we value our connections to universities around the world being involved in juries and Mentoring Panels wherever we can and getting to know new talent from graduation. We take on Graduates as soon as they have graduated as we will be able to help them later on in their careerWe do get graduate positions but not many – perhaps 1 or 2 a month. These can be in the UK or overseasWe only select a few graduates from each UniversityWe select graduates by visiting Graduate Fashion Week annually and University exhibitionsWe only select strong graduates to be on our books who we think we can help find a jobIf you are not selected by us don’t worry!
CIDA We are legion We have 12,000 creative and cultural organisations, artists and creative entrepreneurs on our books. Small organisation – pretty large bite! Cr8net Cr8net is our market leading creative industries conference which is in its third year. As well as riveting debate we also have artists, poets and even a ‘world food’ lunch! Gimme Five: the fifth issue Wig is, if critics are to be believed, destined to be one of the top 10 most beautiful magazines in the world. Wig is an independently published magazine from England filled with things from all over the world. Cut any copy of Wig in half and it will have fashion all the way through it: we just can't help it. It's what sticks the pages together. However, fashion on it's own isn't really enough.
Burberry puts new Leeds factory on pause Burberry has put the brakes on plans for a new factory in Leeds, as it considers the impact of the UK’s decision to exit the EU, according to the luxury brand’s chairman. Speaking at Burberry’s annual shareholder meeting in Park Lane, London, John Peace said the company was reviewing the delivery time for the designs of its planned £50m manufacturing and weaving facility, as it looked at the “economic consequences of what has happened”. He said the factory was still going ahead but the speed of investment might be slowed depending how “events unfold in the next few weeks”. Burberry had planned to move all 800 manufacturing staff currently based in two separate sites in Castleford and Keighley to Leeds by 2018.