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Welcome to Alphabetti Theatre's latest news.

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Alphabetti Theatre Event Planner Internship

Alphabetti Fundraiser

We are looking for an Intern to support the planning and organisation of the Alphabetti Fundraiser on Friday 9th November 2018. The fundraiser will be a fun, varied evening with an auction, music and other suitable entertainment to try to raise funds to support the Alphabetti Theatre Charity (1166449).

The Intern will be responsible for:

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Washington: 30 years and counting

Photo and Memory Submissions

Alphabetti Theatre bring our latest production, Trolley Boy, to the North East this July, a play about superheroes, grief and shopping trolleys... Written by David Raynor and set in Washington, Tyne and Wear in the early 90s,Trolley Boy is the story of a teenage boy trying to come to terms with loss and is directly inspired by David's own upbringing.

As we are performing the show at Arts Centre Washington and with the play having such a strong Washington feel, longside the production, we are producing a digital exhibition showcasing the town's history over the last 30 years and we need your help! We are asking for people who are from, have lived or are currently based in Washington to submit their photos and memories of the town over the last 30 years, back to when the play is set.

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Auditions

The Female Gaze

The Female Gaze Magazine in partnership with Alphabetti Theatre are looking for 2 women actors to take part in a week of research and development from Monday 9th-Saturday 14th July.

The Female Gaze is a play currently consisting of 10 monologues written by North East women writers which each look at a different woman who has directed, written for, acted in, or written about film from the late 1800s until today. The week of R&D will enable a selection of the monologues to be worked on by director, Karen Traynor, and writer Sarah Gonnet, so that Sarah can then create a script for a full scale production in 2019.

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Stage Manager Required

Alphabetti Theatre are looking for a female Stage Manager for the production of Trolley Boy. Trolley Boy is a 60 minute production featuring 2 actors and will be performed at Alphabetti Theatre in Newcastle upon Tyne and Arts Centre Washington. This is an exciting opportunity to join a small team on an Alphabetti Theatre production.

Applicants must be able to commit to all dates, especially performances, and is open to women only (exempt under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1).

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AUDITION FOR 1 FEMALE AND 1 MALE ACTOR

Audition for 1 female and 1 male actor

We are looking for 2 actors for the next Alphabetti Theatre production, Trolley Boy.

About the play

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We're Hiring - Technical Manager

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Technical Manager

Part Time, 20 hours per week (£18,000 pro rata based on 40 hour week) 

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We're hiring - Community Engagement & Audience Development Role

Community Engagement & Audience Development RolePart Time, 20 hours per week (£18,000 pro rata based on 40 hour week) Fixed contract for 12 months.

Thanks to a grant from The Ballinger Charitable Trust and Sunday for Sammy - Alphabetti are ecstatic to announce that we are going to expand our small team to include the part time Community Engagement and Audience Development role.

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Audition for 2 female and 2 male actors

The Worriers in partnership with Alphabetti Theatre are casting (two male and two female actors) for our upcoming productions Walter by Steve Byron & Wilfred by Gary Kitching.

This double bill of work is inspired by Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums new exhibition - 'Charge!' at the Discovery Museum.

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