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Comment by Jane Lalljee on January 14, 2019 at 13:46

Taking Flight Theatre are recruiting for a Tech ASM for their Spring tour of Peeling.

This is an all female production and as such requires someone who identifies as female.

Dates are 25th Feb – 12th May 2019 inclusive With a 2 week break in the middle.

This is a technical show and tours a self contained lighting rig and uses captions which are run via Qlab.

The tech ASM will be working under the direction of the Production Manager and Stage Manager on tour.   They will preferable be a driver and have touring experience in Wales.

Equity ITC contract. Payment will be just over equity minimum as well as per diems and accommodation on tour

This is for a Welsh tour.

Please email Jane with CV and covering letter.

Comment by George Soave on January 4, 2019 at 16:35


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Comment by Jacqui George on November 21, 2018 at 8:52

We Made This' show is touring next Spring and we're looking for a TSM and DSM. Please take a look...

Comment by Glesni Price-Jones on August 29, 2018 at 8:12
Comment by Gwion E Llwyd on July 26, 2018 at 10:30

Swydd Technegydd Sain yn Pontio Bangor.
Gwybodaeth isod...

Sound Technician Job in Pontio Bangor.
Info below

Comment by Glesni Price-Jones on June 26, 2018 at 11:12

Mercury Theatre Wales are seeking a Stage Manager for their re mount of 35 TIMES.


35 TIMES is set at a womens aid coffee morning, the audience are seated around tables with actors and we hear their stories of how they survived domestic abuse. 



1day w/c 20th of August - Rehearsal

w/c 28th August - Rehearsal (Cardiff)

w/c 3rd September - Rehearsal (Park and Dare) 

w/c 10th September - Touring (South Wales)

w/c 17th September - Touring (South Wales)

w/c 24th September - Touring (South Wales)

w/c 1st of October - Touring (South Wales)



£458 a week 


Duties will include running get in and outs (all venues are theatres with tech support), operating sound and LX during shows, driving a van with a small amount of set. 


To apply please send a short message about why you would be right for this role and your CV to Glesni Price-Jones

Comment by Jane Lalljee on June 22, 2018 at 7:45

Leeway Productions are recruiting for a Company Stage Manager on the book and a Technical ASM for their autumn tour of The Last Five Years.

The Last Five Years is being created by Leeway Productions and is supported by Wales Millennium Centre and in partnership with Blackwood Miners. It will open as part of the Performances for the Curious season this Autumn at the Centre in the Weston Studio, before touring to venues across Wales.

The dates are rehearsals 1st October. Opens 9th November. Tours until 11th December in Wales with a week at WMC.  

CSM dates are 1st October to 14th December. 

Technical ASM dates are 29th October to 11th December.  

Holiday week 3rd to 9th December.

There is a cast for 4 actors and 6 musicians.

Payment will be equity minimum as well as per diems and accommodation on tour.

Reporting to the Production Manager, the CSM main duties and responsibilities include:

  • Attending rehearsals.
  • Compiling rehearsal reports and rehearsal calls.
  • Creating and monitoring the rehearsal schedule.
  • Maintaining the rehearsal room.
  • Assisting with propping
  • Pastoral welfare of the company.
  • Attending and assisting on the get-in at all tour venues.
  • To manage and work alongside the Technical ASM from the get in period.
  • Other relevant tasks as requested by the Director, Production Manager and the company.

The Technical ASM main duties and responsibilities include:

  • Attending rehearsals.
  • Assisting with prop setting and maintenance.
  • To assist with rigging and set fit up.
  • Attending and assisting on the get-in at all tour venues.
  • To run the floor during the show and execute cues as required.
  • To carry out wardrobe laundry and maintenance during performance weeks.
  • To work alongside the Stage Manager from the get in period.
  • Other relevant tasks as requested by the Production Manager, Director and the company.

Please email Jane Lalljee on with CV.

Comment by Ceri James on June 4, 2018 at 10:51

Chainworks are looking for stage manager ASM, please contact them direct if your interested 

POSITION : Stage manager and ASM
RATE OF PAY: £500 pw x 3 & £471pw x 2 plus travel
DATES: Flexible hours between 1 Oct and 27th Oct. Production week commencing 22nd Oct
LOCATION: Lewis School, Pengam and Blackwood Miners Institute
DESCRIPTION: This is part of ACW Creative Collaborations scheme and is a partnership between ChainWorks Productions and Lewis School on a new play written and directed by Larry Allan with pupils from Year 7 to Year 13 to be performed at Blackwood Miners Institute. The team will work closley with director, staff and pupils at school and also resident tech team at Blackwood.
APPLY TO. With cv to Larry Allan at

Comment by Glesni Price-Jones on April 9, 2018 at 12:02

Hi! (me again) 

I'm on the search for a Lighting Designer to work on Lovecraft (not the sex shop in Cardiff). The show is part of festival of the voice in June, rehearsal starts in May with tech w/c the 4th of June. Performances from the 5th of June - 16th. The performance space is ffresh restaurant at WMC, the tech is really minimal, so looking for someone to do some exciting stuff with not much kit. We are also going to Edinburgh and part of the contract would be to relight the show there (summerhall). Please do get in touch for further information 

Any suggestion of people to get in contact with as well would be much appreciated! 


Comment by Glesni Price-Jones on March 8, 2018 at 10:37

Job Opportunity - Stage Manager Festival of Voice and Edinburgh 

LOVECRAFT (Not the Sex Shop in Cardiff) is a one-woman science comedy music show created by Carys Eleri in co-production with Wales Millennium Centre.

Carys Eleri is seeking a Stage Manager with technical knowhow to join her on her on a journey this summer.

Duties and Responsibilities include but are not restricted to:

  • Being present and on the book during all rehearsals
  • Operating and programming qlab during rehearsals (Sound and animation)
  • Operating Sound, LX and Animation during performances
  • Assisting with rigging LX and Sound
  • Props sourcing
  • Maintaining any costume and props including doing laundry when necessary.

Person Specification


  • Understanding of the process of creating a one person show
  • Experience with programming qlab for sound and video
  • Experience of operating Sound, LX and Video
  • Strong scheduling and time keeping skills
  • Ability to work independently
  • Desire to have fun


  • Welsh speaking
  • Full clean driving license

Contract Type: Freelance

Dates of Engagement Are (TBC):

Rehearsals in Cardiff – 16th of May – 2nd of June

Tech @ Wales Millennium Centre – 4th - 5th of June

Previews @ Wales Millennium Centre – 5th + 6th of June

Performances @ Wales Millennium Centre – 7th - 16th of June

Edinburgh Fringe – Week commencing 23rd of July until the 27th of August. Exact dates TBC.


Fee is £470 a week. This is an Equity Subsidized Theatre MRSL 2 Contract.


To apply for this position please send a CV and covering letter (no more than 1 side of A4) to Glesni Price-Jones (Emerging Producer)

In your covering letter please let us know how you meet all the essential criteria and any experience you have with the duties and responsibilities outlined.

Closing date is the 22nd of March 2018. 

Interviews will be held on the 29th of March 2018.

We will contact all applicants but may not be able to give detailed feedback.

This project is supported by The Arts Council Of Wales. 


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