Working with us


Production Stage Manager

We are looking for a Production Stage Manager for our next production: The Last Noël, a play with songs by Chris Bush. The production will tour from 23rd November to non-traditional venues such as libraries and community spaces (including Merton Arts Space at Wimbledon Library), before playing at The Old Fire Station in Oxford for 3 weeks from 4th December 2019. Given the nature of the tour and production candidates should be prepared to work in a variety of spaces, be able to liaise with hosts, act as representative for the company and have experience of working on site-specific productions. Weekly fee of £483 per week for the engagement. Driving licence essential and experience of driving a van desirable.

Please apply with your CV and covering letter stating your suitability for the post. Deadline 27 September 2019.

Board Members

We are currently recruiting a new board members. Full details and application packs can be found on our our blog.

We work with a lots of actors, writers, composers, designers, facilitators and workshop leaders on the variety of projects we deliver each year. Here’s what to do if you’d like to work with us:


When actively casting one of our shows, we usually do this through Spotlight as well as posting relevant details here and circulating them on Twitter. At other times, due to our size we are unable to accept unsolicited submissions. The only exception to this is if you are a Merton, Wandsworth or Sutton based actor. Get in touch and we’ll keep your details on file as we love working with local people where possible.


We commission around one show a year and do not generally perform existing plays. We therefore are not able to read unsolicited submissions and have to be very focused about the work we solicit. We occasionally have open calls and other opportunities for writer. These will be posted here and on Twitter, as well as other writers networks. If you are particularly interested in what we do and would like to make us aware of your work, drop us an email with a writing CV and we’ll keep your details on file and get in touch should anything come up. As with actors, we are particularly interested to hear from those who live locally to us.

Designers, composers and other creatives

We’re always keen to be introduced to the work of composers, designers and lighting designers we don’t know. Drop us a short email with a CV and we’ll keep you in mind.

Facilitators and workshop leaders

We currently have all the facilitators we need but are always keen to hear from those of you who are passionate about working with young people, older people and people for whom English is a second language. Send us an email with your CV and we’ll be in touch should anything come up.

Interns and Volunteers

Around our shows we often have opportunities for interns or volunteers. We’d love to hear from you if you’re interested in working with us. Drop us a short email telling us why and we’ll be in touch should anything come up.