Work With Us

Hope Mill is undergoing some exciting changes…

Are you keen to work with us? Are you passionate about theatre and working within the arts?

 

Then keep your eyes peeled for upcoming job opportunities with Hope Mill Theatre!

We will be looking to expand our small, but dedicated team in the coming months.

 

In the meantime – we are always keen to hear from local creatives.

If you’re a designer, a technician, a stage manager, or anything in between, we are always happy to hear from local working creatives to add to our database.

Email your CV to: theatremanager@hopemilltheatre.co.uk

 

Visiting and Lead Tutors Required

Hope Mill Theatre School is seeking exceptional subject leads and visiting tutors for our brand-new Theatre School based in Ancoats, Manchester. HMTS is part of Hope Mill Theatre and The Factory of Creativity CIO.

Launching in June 2021, Hope Mill Theatre School will provide young people aged 4-16 with access to affordable drama training in singing, dancing and acting in the heart of the North West. Fifty percent of places at the school will be fully funded.

Classes will take place between 10:30am and 1:30pm on Saturdays during term time. The hope is that more weekend classes will be added as the school grows. The school will open for two trial sessions from the 29th May, then for a six-week term from June. From September the school will run twelve-week terms in line with the Manchester school holidays. There will also be teaching opportunities at the HMTS Summer School in August. Tutors will be paid £20 per hour.

HMTS Tutors will be responsible for the planning and delivery of classes in liaison with the Principal. As well as on-going class work, Subject Lead Tutors will rehearse students for the end-of-term showcases and the summer full-school musical. Tutors will be required to communicate effectively with the other Subject Leads and the Principal. Tutors will also be required to write student reports once a year.

All Tutors should have a passion for, and strong knowledge and experience of Musical Theatre, their subject area, and be enthusiastic about training the next generation of performers. Tutors should be personable and approachable, and maintain and inspire the high standards of Hope Mill Theatre. Tutors should have a strong knowledge of Child Protection protocols and be willing to undertake further training and a DBS check.

People from Black, Asian and ethnically diverse backgrounds, people with disabilities and those from the LGBTQIA+ community are under-represented in the arts. We actively encourage applications from people of all backgrounds, especially those currently less represented in our industry and on our stages.

For more information, please email for the Person Specification.

Send CVs, references, availability and expression of interest to theatreschool@hopemilltheatre.co.uk
by Wednesday March 31st 2021.

 

HMTS Assistants Required

Hope Mill Theatre School is seeking exceptional subject leads and visiting tutors for our brand-new Theatre School based in Ancoats, Manchester. HMTS is part of Hope Mill Theatre and The Factory of Creativity CIO.

Launching in June 2021, Hope Mill Theatre School will provide young people aged 4-16 with access to affordable drama training in singing, dancing and acting in the heart of the North West. Fifty percent of places at the school will be fully funded.

Classes will take place between 10:30am and 1:30pm on Saturdays during term time. The hope is that more weekend classes will be added as the school grows. The school will open for two trial sessions from the 29th May, then for a six-week term from June. From September the school will run twelve-week terms in line with the Manchester school holidays. There will also be teaching opportunities at the HMTS Summer School in August. Assistants will be paid £10 per hour.

HMTS Assistants will be responsible for assisting the Tutors and Principal with the smooth running of classes and the school. Assistants should be able to deliver warm-ups and small sections of the class under the direction of the Tutor. Assistants will help supervise break times, toileting and arrival and departure. They should be able to speak to parents and carers and deal with some enquires.

Assistants will be required to communicate effectively with the Subject Leads and the Principal. All Assistants should have a passion for, and strong knowledge and experience of, Musical Theatre and be enthusiastic about training the next generation of performers. Assistants should be personable and approachable, and maintain and inspire the high standards of Hope Mill Theatre. Assistants should have a strong awareness of Child Protection protocols and be willing to undertake further training and a DBS check.

People from Black, Asian and ethnically diverse backgrounds, people with disabilities and those from the LGBTQIA+ community are under-represented in the arts. We actively encourage applications from people of all backgrounds, especially those currently less represented in our industry and on our stages.

For more information, please email for the Person Specification.

Send CVs, references, availability and expression of interest to theatreschool@hopemilltheatre.co.uk
by Wednesday March 31st 2021.

 

Front of House Volunteers

Hours: Various

Deadline: Ongoing

Company: Factory of Creativity CIO (Hope Mill Theatre)

Job Details

We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to be a part of our Front of House team! If you love the theatre, maybe you’ll love helping out on the box office?!

Duties will include: selling tickets, helping customers, greeting people, selling programs, ushering, etc.

Email to register interest at: boxoffice@hopemilltheatre.co.uk