Are you passionate about North Devon Theatres and supporting the work we do? Do you want to makea difference to the community in which you live or simply want to meet like-minded people? Then why not volunteer at North Devon Theatres?
We’re lucky enough to have an amazing team of volunteers from all walks of life, of all ages who kindly give up their time to carry out a variety of roles. We couldn’t do it without them. And there’s always space for one more.
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There’s loads of benefits to doing something for a good cause. As well as doing some good in your local community, you’ll...
... meet some great people and make lovely new friends as part of our Theatres’ family
.... learn new skills or share what you know - with an audience of over 100,000 people every year, you will always be busy and things are certainly never dull!
... experience a wide range of duties and it’ll look great on your CV - wherever you want to go in life, volunteering can help you get there
.... be one of the first to find out what’s coming up and what’s going down at North Devon Theatres
.... enjoy free tickets for many of our shows so you can recommend us with confidence!
Find out what it's really like to volunteer for North Devon Theatres in this film featuring John Adlam. In it, he talks about volunteering, his home town Barnstaple, singing with Braunton Secondary Modern School and being a musician in the army.
Thanks to North Devon Moving Image for making this film
Whatever your reason for volunteering we would love to meet you!
We have lots of different volunteering roles available at your local arts charity. Click on the images below to find out more ...
While we are grateful for any amount of time that you are able to give, we do ask for a regular commitment. With such a packed programme we rely heavily on volunteers - we simply couldn’t do it without them. Regular commitment also means that you will stay up-to-date with any new theatre policies and procedures and additional opportunities - all adding up to a more enjoyable and rewarding experience for everyone involved.
And there’s every opportunity to do a bit of all sorts, for example a Display Co-ordinator could also work as a Café BarAssistant or a Friends supporter and really play their part!
To learn more about becoming a volunteer ...
... download and complete the application form here and return to: Jemma Wheeler,Senior Front of House Manager, Queen’s Theatre, Boutport Street, Barnstaple EX31 1SY or Landmark Theatre, Wilder Road, Ilfracombe, Devon EX34 9BZ
... pop into either of our venues and pick up a copy of our volunteer booklet and application form
... call Jemma Wheeler on 01271 334676 and have an informal chat
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