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Do you want to change people’s minds about what theatre can be?

Inherited Cities, Crucible Studio 2018

Young Performers in Inherited Cities, performed at the Crucible Studio in 2018. Photographer Joseph Priestley

We are looking to recruit three new Trustees to the Third Angel board. No previous board experience is necessary, as training and support will be given where needed. What’s important is that Trustees can champion our values and bring different perspectives, skills and life experiences to our conversations and our work. 

We will be holding an open information session and Q&A on Zoom on Tuesday 18 January 2022 from 5 – 6pm for those who would like to know more.

We are committed to having a broad range of voices at the top of our organisation – different ages, different cultural and socio-economic backgrounds, D/deaf and disabled voices, LGBTQ+ voices to ensure that our strategic thinking and decision making remain creative, lively and balanced.

We are particularly interested to hear from:

  • Artists, particularly those with experience of making small scale theatre
  • Community leaders and advocates, particularly those with connections to Sharrow & Nether Edge (S7)
  • People with good financial management skills
  • Marketing, communications or public relations (PR) professionals
  • Entrepreneurs, self-starters and original thinkers
  • People involved in education & young people’s provision
  • Leaders or influencers in the arts sector

The Journeys at Theatre Deli Sheffield 2017

Edenamiuki Aiguobasinmwin and Zoe Katsilerou performing The Journeys at Migration Matters in 2017

Our values guide our decision making and how we operate and work with others. Third Angel is:

  • Innovative and experimental
  • Playful
  • Collaborative
  • Open and transparent
  • Trusting
  • Inclusive, accessible and anti-racist
  • Socially and environmentally responsible

Third Angel is a theatre company led by founding Artistic Directors Rachael Walton and Alexander Kelly. We make shows and participatory events that tell stories, ask questions and invite conversations. We aim to create collective experiences that reflect and interrogate the ways in which we live in the world that surrounds us, now and in the future. We believe everyone should be able to access the arts and are committed to trying to break down the barriers, whatever they may be.

Please contact for more information about the role or an informal chat. 

Cape Wrath minibus 2013

Alexander Kelly with the Cape Wrath minibus Photographer Elliot Roberts

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