Opportunity: EVERYBODY DANCE seeks a talented aerial dance practitioner
Our Man in the Moone is an outdoor arts and heritage project based on the first - and most extraordinary - work of science fiction in English, written and published in 1638, pseudonymously and posthumously, by Francis Godwin, Bishop of Hereford, resident and estate owner of Whitbourne village where EVERYBODY DANCE (ED) is based. Directed by Rachel Freeman for ED, the project comprises aerial dance performance, workshops and training for disabled and non-disabled people of all ages.
Applicants should have professional aerial dance experience with performance, teaching skills and an interest in working inclusively and outside.
Application Deadline - Friday 19th April, 5pm
Interview/audition by invitation on Thursday 2nd May, 12pm – 4pm
Project dates: 17th to 21st June & 1st to 12th July, 12th August to 1st September
Please note that the project takes place at our base in rural Herefordshire.
This opportunity is paid.
Please send a CV and covering letter (a personal statement, outlining your experience and why you are applying) and, if available, a photograph and web link with footage of you dancing to: email@example.com or Rachel Freeman, EVERYBODY DANCE, Longlands Barn, Whitbourne Hall Park, Whitbourne, Worcester, WR65SG
Our Man in the Moone is supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, The Elmley Foundation, Herefordshire Community Foundation, Whitbourne Community Shop Fund and Susan Bulmer.
Image Credit: Megan Evans