Join our careers fairs in Nuneaton and Stratford-upon-Avon!

A member of theatre staff leans over a student and guides them about something they are reading on a piece of paper

Aged 15-25 and looking for a career in the arts? We are running two careers fairs in 2023 and they are free to attend.

Read on for full details and information on how to register your interest.

A student learns how to operate a light in a theatre
A careers event at the RSC. Photo by Lucy Bariball.

Interested in working in the arts industry?

Shout Out for the Arts Warwickshire is running two events that will give you a taste of what it’s like working for an arts organisation:

  1. Monday 20 February 10.00am – 3.30pm, W Building, Ropewalk Shopping Centre, Nuneaton
  2. Thursday 23 February 10.00am – 3.30pm, The Other Place, Stratford-upon-Avon
The outside of a theatre, made of wood and bricks and with a large metal warehouse attached to it
The Other Place, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 6BH. Photo by Stewart Hemley.
Inside a college, two rooms filled with seats can be seen behind glass walls
W Building, Ropewalk Shopping Centre (Opposite Next), Chapel Street, Nuneaton, CV11 5TZ.

What to expect on the day

The day will consist of panel discussions and active workshops. Food and drink will be provided. 

Different local arts organisations will be at the fairs ready to answer any questions, too. Full details and line up to be announced. Follow us on Twitter @ShoutOutArts for updates.

A student is at a theatre careers fair
Photos from similar events at the RSC.
A student learns about working on stage at a theatre backstage
Students learn what happens backstage.
A student learns how to sew on a machine backstage in the costume department at a theatre
Photos by Rob Freeman.

How to book

You must register your place online in advance.

A student wearing headphones is learning about how to operate sound and lighting on a stage

Header photo and photo above by Rob Freeman, RSC. This blog was updated on 2nd December to include new booking link.

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