Volunteer Singers and Stewards wanted for Eat!
Volunteer singers and stewards are needed for a brand new theatre production in Wolverhampton. 22 May – 01 June 2013 at Light House, Chubb Buildings, Fryer Street, Wolverhampton. WV1 1HT
Deadline for registrations - 06 May 2013
Dozens of stories about food have been gathered from across the West Midlands by Black Country Touring and Birmingham Repertory Theatre for an exciting new play, Eat! Inspired by stories of celebrations, feasts, famines and fasts, Eat! will put food at the centre of the play.
We are now looking for singers (of any level) to join our community choir and perform 5 songs in the play. We are also seeking stewards to join part of our front of house team and help run performance nights and assist the audience as they arrive and throughout the performances.
No experience necessary, just an enthusiasm for the arts / theatre and your commitment.
This is your chance to gain experience in a field you would like to work in or doing something fun and different by taking part in a creative project like Eat!
You must be 18 and over to volunteer with us. Local travel expenses are reimbursed.
To find out more or register your interest contact email@example.com or call 0121 533 7129.
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