Housmans: 60 years of books and activism is a youth-led oral history project which will tell the incredible story of Housmans Bookshop, one of the leading progressive, radical bookshops in the UK. Peace House, the building Housmans is based in, has provided space for grassroots movements for peace and social change since 1959.
We are seeking a Youth / Performance Co-ordinator to promote the engagement of young people in the project as volunteers and performers. Core responsibilities will include supporting young volunteers to research and record the history of Housmans (alongside the Project Manager) and leading on a site-specific theatre performance with verbatim elements to be performed by young volunteers in the bookshop in autumn 2020.
Freelance role. Fee: £11,700: 104 days at £112.50 a day.
Timescale: March – December 2020, with May-September anticipated to be the most intensive period of work.
Apply by midnight on 13 February.
For full details and how to apply see Youth Performance Coordinator role description