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Generally, auditions for performers are held by invitation only for each production as occasion arises. Calls for performers are made here on the website as well as through industry channels such as Equity Job Information Service and Arts Council England’s Arts Jobs mailing service.
While we cannot guarantee to attend performances of work, performers are welcome to keep us informed of appearances by email or post.
Punchdrunk’s work offers challenging, creatively satisfying opportunities for crew members with expertise and enthusiasm for stage management, lighting, sound and special effects. Productions generally entail a demanding level of site logistics and rigging. Prospective crew members are usually invited for interview as occasion arises. Recruitment for production and performance staff is advertised here on the website as well as through the usual industry channels.
From time to time, Punchdrunk is able to offer temporary opportunities to gain practical experience in most aspects of our work, including administration, producing, project management, marketing and enrichment (education, participation and outreach). Punchdrunk values internships and work experience as a partnership of shared interests. Activity takes place both at the company office and in the field, depending on the company’s programme at the time. Opportunities last for a minimum of two weeks to a maximum of three months.
Opportunities to undertake internships with Punchdrunk are in very high demand so sign up to our mailing list and we will contact you when there are opportunities. Please do not send us CVs as were are unable to keep these on file.
Punchdrunk works with both experienced and emerging design artists who are excited by the variety and specialisms of design installation and scenography. The work incorporates design skills across the spectrum of construction, props, scenic painting, set dressing and costume. Recruitment for designers is advertised here on the website as well as through the usual industry channels.