Globe Education Practitioners run workshops for children, young people and teachers to excite their imagination and develop their understanding of Shakespeare and Globe performance practices.
Are you an actor, director, storyteller or drama teacher? Do you have a passion for working with diverse groups of learners? Are you interested in creating and delivering theatre-based Shakespeare workshops in settings from Southwark to Shanghai?
Practitioners typically come to us with relevant practical experience and a good working knowledge of Shakespeare’s plays, enabling them to adapt workshops to meet the diverse learning requirements of all students. They are passionate, open to feedback, and have a genuine willingness to learn.
Applications close Friday 10 January, 5:00pm.
Recruitment activity day Thursday 23 January.
Successful candidates will need to attend a compulsory induction week that will commence on Monday 27 January.
Shakespeare’s Globe provides a high-quality, comprehensive learning and development programme, which enables our practitioners to expand and enhance their delivery. This includes access to expert mentoring that will help to develop skills and approaches to teaching plays.
Apply to become a practitioner
Please email the following:
- A CV with relevant drama experience (including acting, directing, dramaturgy, etc.) and formal/informal experience within an education setting.
- A covering letter or short video outlining why you are interested in being a Globe Education Practitioner.
Please note: Spotlight CVs will not be accepted. For data protection, videos should be uploaded to your Vimeo or YouTube account as password protected or unlisted, so that you only need to share the URL and password (if applicable) with us. This will be subject to a satisfactory disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
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Our dynamic team all share this commitment to active learning and engaging students in a positive, welcoming and highly inclusive learning experience outside of the classroom. Working with thousands of school age students, teachers, community and international groups every year, they champion Shakespeare for all.