Wales Millennium Centre has been significantly impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic, having to shut its doors in March 2020. Our building remains shut, but we are hopeful that we will reopen in the not too distant future and be able to generate commercial revenues once more. We have received emergency funding to help us survive this crisis, and help us to deliver on our objectives, despite the lack of any commercial revenue.
Whilst the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic has resulted in the closure of our theatre and building, we are working hard behind closed doors to keep the arts alive.
WMC is a home for the arts in Wales, and a cauldron of creativity for the nation. We fire imaginations by curating world-class, critically-acclaimed touring productions, from musical theatre and comedy to dance, cabaret and an international festival. We kindle emerging talents with fresh, provocative and popular pieces of our own, rooted in Welsh culture. And we ignite a passion for the arts in young people with life-changing learning experiences and chances to shine in the spotlight.
We’re looking for a Producer: Festival of Voice to join our Arts & Creative Team.
This role would be working with our partners and emerging and established local, national and international artists, at Festival of Voice we create distinctive live experiences that celebrate the voice in all its forms. Working closely with the Festival’s Executive Creative Producer, Wales Millennium Centre’s Artistic Director and the Arts and Creative Team the Producer: Festival of Voice will support the planning and delivery of the Festival within Wales Millennium Centre collaborating with all departments to ensuring strong internal communication and organization. The Producer will have responsibility for overseeing the operational function of the Festival and will line manage any freelance Festival staff.
For full details please go to our website: https://www.wmc.org.uk/en/site/careers/
“We welcome application forms in Welsh. If you apply for a role at the Centre in Welsh, your application will not be treated less favourably than an application submitted in English”.