This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced and enthusiastic individual to join the busy producing theatre at a time of significant development.
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Oldham Coliseum Theatre is seeking an enthusiastic and proactive individual to join the Learning and Engagement team.
The Learning and Engagement Officer: Education is responsible for developing and managing key areas of the Learning and Engagement programme, in particular the theatre’s education and training provision.
This entails co-ordinating, developing and delivering a range of learning and participatory activities on behalf of the theatre.
Interviews will be held on 9 August 2018.
Join Amani Creatives' free Community Sharing Event which is the culmination of their Heritage Lottery Funded project Rumba!, which has been exploring the similarities between the cultural traditions of North-West based Congolese and Cuban communities.
Do you fancy yourself as the next David Attenborough? If you're between the ages of 11 – 24 and have a passion for nature, this is the perfect opportunity to get creative and share your story with others.
Four years ago Ayoola Adeyanju’s family of four came uncomfortably close to being homeless.
The landlord of a rented Manchester apartment, which he was moving into, was facing a repossession order – leaving Ayoola, his wife and two young sons stuck between properties with nowhere to live.
Months of bouncing between the local authority, Shelter and rodent-infected temporary accommodation left its mark on the family.
Applications are now open for micro-grants of up to £500 for installations to support their Remembrance Day activities for the centenary of the First World War.
This programme will allow communities to remember and commemorate by accessing silhouettes for benches and chairs free of charge thanks to the support of the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust.
Nominations for the Manchester Culture Awards 2018 are now live! You can nominate people, groups and organisations who made culture buzz in Manchester during April 2017 to April 2018.
The first of its kind ever to take place in our city-region, the GM fortnight of fun launches on Monday 2 July with three simultaneous events taking place from 12noon to 4pm at Manchester City Art Gallery, Central Library and Albert Square.
The Co-operative Gig 2018 is a not for profit collaboration on Rochdale’s conservation area of Toad Lane to put on a live music event to support local musical talent and offer an alternative venue model for arts and cultural entertainment in the centre of Rochdale.