We're looking for a Creative Promoter for our upcoming project Apocalypso.

"What's a Creative Promoter?" you might ask, and the truth is we're not sure. As we grow, evolve and change we find niche pockets of potential employ within our companies working structure. This role is designed to fulfil one of those pockets.

If you work in Arts Marketing, PR, Audience Development, Cultural Communications or anything similar, and have a passion to reinvent and reimagine the traditional, whilst finding exciting new ways to reach new audiences then we'd love to hear from you!


As a company we have worked for 6 years self-producing, directing and performing our own work. As a young un-funded company this working method was first born out of necessity, before becoming common practice.


Now, funded by Arts Council Wales, we see an opportunity to take steps towards re-deisgning our working practices whilst developing new and exciting relationships with like-minded and creative individuals living and working in Wales.


Because of our companies preexisting framework, the current design of Apocalypso's creative team, and the requirements of the projects desired impact and reach, we have created a unique role that requires the astute and sharp actions of a savvy Promoter, met with the knowledge and expertise of a Marketing Manager, injected with the imaginative and creative instincts of a Arts Practitioner familiar with the working practices of quick thinking, fast moving young company; we’re calling this role, Creative Promoter.


It is our desire to meet somebody who not only shares our broader vision of theatre development in Wales, but our companies own creative and cultural ambitions for local and national exploits, starting with Apocalypso. We hope this role (and person) will become an important part of our companies future.

Interested? Then... FOLLOW THIS LINK

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