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Shoreditch Town Hall

Since 2012, Shoreditch Town Hall has established itself as a vibrant, non-traditional arts and events space for Hackney and beyond with a focus on presenting ambitious and distinctive theatre, performance and events as well as the development and nurturing of original and adventurous artists.

Are you up for being involved in London’s most exciting new arts venue?

Shoreditch Town Hall is looking for volunteers to get involved in a range of activities. Whether it be as an usher in our current season of artistic work, serving tea and coffee at events or distributing leaflets, your interests and skills are incredibly important to us.

You may have an interest in the arts, you might live close by to the Town Hall or you might simply want to meet new people - no matter what you’re looking for, no previous experience is needed, just enthusiasm and dedication. All volunteers will be given full training as well as a dedicated supervisor contact, and we welcome interest from all sections of the community.

LOCATION: In the performance spaces in the Town Hall.

TIME COMMITMENT: 1-2 hours per week

Role Aim: 

Shoreditch Town Hall is looking for volunteers to get involved in a range of activities. Whether is be as an usher in our current season of artistic work, serving tea and coffee at events, or distributing leaflets, your interests and skills are incredibly important to us.

Duties: 

As a Front of House Volunteer you will be a point of contact for audience members when in the building, helping them to navigate around.

You will lead audience’s in to performance spaces, check tickets, help audience members find a seat and make sure the auditorium is presentable at all times.

Skills needed: 

You may have an interest in the arts, you might live close by to the Town Hall or you might simply want to meet new people - no matter what you’re looking for, no previous experience is needed, just enthusiasm and dedication. All volunteers will be given full training as well as a dedicated supervisor contact, and we welcome interest from all sections of the community.

Training: 

Volunteers will receive health and safety, fire evacuation and working with children, young people and vulnerable adults training as standard.

Other training will be event specific such as; audience management and manual handling this will be given as necessary.

Location: 
380 Old Street London EC1V 9LT Volunteers will work in the performance spaces in the Town Hall.
Time commitment: 
1-3 hours per week
Opening times: 
N/A