Updated 11th Feb 2017

Applications are OPEN! 

There are no more Open days planned but you still have time to apply. The deadline for applications is 10am on Monday 20th February. Click through to the application form for more details about each of the pathways (links below). We’re really looking forward to hearing from you and good luck!

ELIGIBILITY: You are eligible to apply if you are:

  • aged between 16 – 24 years (up to 28 if you have a disability)
  • resident in one of the 32 London boroughs
  • educated to any level up to degree level, we can’t accept applications from graduates

TO APPLY: STEP ONE you’ll need to register with the National Apprenticeship Service click here. STEP TWO click on the link to the application form for the right pathway – see below We are offering two Level 2 pathways: Community Arts Administration: if you like organising and working in a team; supporting your colleagues and working with them to make the office run smoothly and to present the best possible work on stage, this is the one for you! Click here for the Community Arts Administration application form Venue Operations: perfect for you if you like welcoming people and giving excellent customer service. You might be selling tickets on the Box Office; serving drinks and snacks in the bar; checking tickets and showing people to their seats; helping audiences and being the friendly, welcoming face of your theatre. Click here for Venue Operations application form Please do not send email enquiries as we will not be able to respond – not because we don’t care but because we do not have the staff capacity to reply. You may find similar apprenticeships by searching the National Apprenticeship Service website regularly. Our colleagues at CCSkills have some fantastic information on careers in theatre here. We are extremely grateful for their support of our apprenticeships through the Creative Employment Programme. ‘This apprenticeship has been a great opportunity, allowing me to understand all areas of theatre and given me a great insight into valuable skills needed for a career in the Arts.’ Current Apprentice