“One of Britain’s most internationally recognised exports”
The Sunday Times
Any upcoming vacancies are advertised on this page and through our social media.
If you are interested in learning more about Cheek by Jowl’s creative processes, we run workshops for schools and teachers.
Our Casting Director for UK productions is Siobhan Bracke, whose details can be found on the Casting Directors Guild’s website. If you are interested in being considered for a role in an upcoming production, please ask your agent to get in touch with her directly. For our French and Russian shows the casting process differs from one production to the next.
As our casting process is outlined above, we regret we are unable to accept unsolicited CVs for acting opportunities.
Due to our company structure, and the way we work, we regret we are unable to accept unsolicited applications for creative and technical roles.
In the UK, we would suggest submitting new work to venues such as Soho Theatre, The Bush, The Royal Court, National Theatre, The Old Red Lion, Finborough Theatre, Hampstead Theatre, or Theatre 503, all of which have proactive literary departments and accept unsolicited work.
If your query hasn’t been answered on this page, please get in touch and we will do our best to answer it.
We are seeking an intern to join our office team from January to mid-April 2020.
This three-month, part-time internship aims to give the successful candidate hands-on experience of how an international touring theatre company is run.
Please click here to download the full job description (PDF)
How to apply
Applications should consist of:
• Covering letter outlining why you are applying for the internship and how you meet the personal specification (no more than two A4 pages)
• A completed Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form (optional)
All applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications is 11am on Monday 25 November.
Cheek by Jowl is committed to equality of opportunity and actively encourages applicants from all backgrounds, particularly those currently under-represented in the arts. We are keen to hear from people of colour and candidates who self-identify as disabled.