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FUSE Diverse Dance Team Practitioners: Deadline 1pm, Wed 5th September 2018

FUSE Diverse Dance Team Practitioners

FUSE Diverse Dance Team Practitioners

DEADLINE: 1pm, Wednesday 5th September 2018

As part of our FUSE Diverse Dance programme, we are looking to appoint a team of dance artists who will develop their skills as practitioners through delivering activity and engaging with a wide range of artists and communities.

We are looking for dancers who have a strong knowledge and training in any or multiple dance styles – especially those dance styles that aren’t represented normally by contemporary dance performance. We are looking for those who are comfortable and excited about learning new dance styles and engaging in innovative ways to fuse them.

Where time permits there will also be other administrative duties undertaken.

This is a freelance contract from September 2018 to March 2019.


If you are interested in this vacancy, please download an Application Form from the link below and return it before the deadline. Additional information will be accepted, but Application Forms MUST be submitted to be considered for this role.

Deadline for applications: 1pm, Wednesday 5th September 2018
Workshop for shortlisted candidates: 4pm – 5:30pm, Monday 10th September 2018

If you have any questions about this vacancy, then please contact Dan Baker by emailing or calling 01752 267131 to discuss the role further.

Job Description: FUSE Team Practitioners – Job Description

Application Form: Barbican Theatre – Application & Equal Opportunities Form (Jul 2018)

Please send completed application forms to or to Dan Baker, Barbican Theatre, Castle Street, Plymouth PL1 2NJ. 

Work Experience

Barbican Theatre can support week-long Work Experience placements every November and July, and on occasion we are able to support longer-term placements from students and graduates. If you are looking for a placement of this type, then please email us at – please be aware that we receive a high volume of requests, and cannot accommodate every placement.