Photographer for Immersive Performance
Person Specification: A photographer with experience of photographing theatre and/or outdoor events. Experience of working with young people is also desirable.
Contract: To document a site-specific performance and exhibition at Trellick Tower on 26th March 2016 and part of the dress rehearsal on the 19th March 2016.
Commitment: You will be required at rehearsals from 2.30-4pm on 19th March and at the performance from 1pm-5pm on 26th March 2016.
Fee: Expenses of £60 all inclusive
Applications: Please email a CV and a short paragraph about your experience F.A.O. Chris Williams, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include TT Photographer in the subject line
Closing date: Friday 4th March 2016
SPID Theatre are looking for a photographer to document a site-specific performance and exhibition at Trellick Tower on 26th March and part of the dress rehearsal on the 19th March 2016.
This performance, created and performed by young people, is the culmination of Trellick Tales: a year-long project, including site-specific performances and a radio play, from the community and residents of the North West London council estate Trellick Tower.
The photographs must be delivered to SPID by 1st April 2016
Company: S.P.I.D. (Specially Produced Innovatively Directed) Theatre Company creates adventurous and immersive theatrical work in non-traditional spaces. Our performances do not take place on stage, instead the space which cast and audience share is our stage. There are no rules for where or how our stories unfold, and our aim is to collapse the distance between the actor and the audience. This style has been called ‘wraparound theatre’ or ‘living film’, and appeals especially to young audiences and to those who would not otherwise go to the theatre. We are a registered charity, based in the community rooms of the historic modernist council estate of Kensal House. We also work in other local estates, and our promenade performances in neglected community spaces have won prizes nationally. We champion this popular and accessible form of theatre as a means to strengthen local communities, and we try to involve local residents in the research, creation and performance of our shows, and to encourage typically hard-to-reach participants to get involved.