The event is a major new site specific work programmed as part of Mayflower 400 in Plymouth 2020. The creative team include puppet director of War Horse, Mervyn Millar, a world champion kite flier and set designer for Bjork, Carl Robertshaw, award winning Artistic Director Angie Bual and producers Trigger.

In partnership with Arts Council England, Plymouth City Council and Theatre Royal Plymouth this project fuses myth, legend, science, puppetry & aerodynamics into one unforgettable event, which will use the city centre of Plymouth and The Hoe as a stage.

Trigger are looking for an organised, motivated and personable Lead Stage Manager for Trigger’s upcoming production of a major new site-specific work. The right person would have experience working outdoors or on site-specific projects working as part of a stage management team and large-scale size ensemble casts. Experience of working with large-scale puppets is desirable but not essential. The stage manager will be responsible for staffing and stage management during the project. Experience working with large scale puppets desirable but not essential. Full details of the role here.

We encourage people from BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) backgrounds to apply.

Total fee £4,830. Inclusive of travel and accommodation. The fee consists of 7 weeks’ engagement including meetings and preparations at a rate of pay at £690 per week

Applicants must be based in Plymouth. 

Deadline: Monday 1st July 2019, 10am send CV and Cover Letter to hello@triggerstuff.co.uk 

Trigger is a producer led arts organisation making site-specific and site responsive cross artform theatre. It puts the audience in the centre of the action, it’s highly participative. The company is led by award winning Producer and Artistic Director Angie Bual. Trigger are based in Bristol, residents of the Pervasive Media Studio, Watershed. 


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