Salary Range: £25,000 - £28,000.
Contract: Full-time, permanent.
Location: London or Birmingham
China Plate is seeking to appoint a Producer to join the Company’s dynamic team as they prepare to join Arts Council England’s National Portfolio for the first time.
With a proven track record producing in a venue, production company or working independently, you will have a passion for contemporary theatre, a great rapport with artists, venues and funders, a social conscience and an eye for detail.
Established in 2006, China Plate is an independent producer of contemporary theatre with a portfolio that crosses making, distribution, programming and development. China Plate works with some of the UK’s most talented artists, harnessing their ambition and skill to deliver high-quality work that reaches a broad and diverse audience.
China Plate has work currently touring or in development with Inspector Sands, Caroline Horton, Dan Jones, Contender Charlie, Chris Thorpe, Rachel Chavkin, Rachel Bagshaw, Joan Clevillé Dance, Ben Wright’s bgroup, David Edgar, Urielle Klein-Mekongo, Chris Haydon, Ella Grace and Katie Lyons.
With offices in Birmingham and London, China Plate is currently Associate Producer at Warwick Arts Centre, with a focus on product and partnership development; Director of Pulse Festival at New Wolsey Theatre; director of the First Bite / Bite Size Festivals, partners in the Rural Touring Dance Initiative (NRTF, The Place, Take Art) and Hopper (Take Art, Surrey Arts), consultants for Hull City of Culture 2017 Back To Ours, and directors of The Darkroom and the biannual China Plate Optimists programme for emerging producers and theatre-makers.
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Closing date: 5pm Monday, 5th March
Interviews held in London on Thursday 15th March and Birmingham on Monday the 19th of March
China Plate welcomes applications from people of diverse backgrounds including BAME, LGBTQI and disabled. We promote diversity and access across its activities. We are committed to equality of opportunity and encourage application from individuals currently underrepresented in the arts. Disabled candidates who meet the job criteria will be guaranteed an interview.