Work With Us
(2) Public Relations
Work? Yes. Get paid? Occasionally - and not much.
With a track record of critically successful productions, we offer experienced actors exposure in one of the world's greatest
theatre festivals - the Edinburgh Fringe - and new experience for those setting out on a career onstage or backstage. Most of our productions are unpaid but there is profit share when shows are commercially successful.
We are looking for an actor to join our prize-winning cast in Mike Bartlett's
the Edinburgh Fringe this year. Due to George Bowers' unavailability, we are recasting the play's central figure:
Thomas: male, late 20s - mid 30s, fiercely determined to retain his job, emotionally vulnerable yet intelligent and rational. Candidates
must be able to learn lines quickly and demonstrate confidence and depth of character.
Auditions: central Edinburgh, 20-30 minute slots on Sunday 12th May (2pm - 5pm), Monday 13th May (6pm - 9pm); other dates may be available by arrangement.
Rehearsals: Edinburgh, evenings in July; dates to be confirmed.
Performance Venue: theSpace on Niddry Street (venue 9)
Tech: Sunday 11th August, time to be confirmed
Performances: 12th - 24th August (not 18th);
Call time: 16.45; finish 18.15
This is an unpaid production; in the event of a sell-out run, a small amount of money will be available to repay cast and crew expenses.
To apply for an audition, send cv and headshot to the email address below.
(2) Public relations
We are looking for someone to undertake publicity for our two productions at the Edinburgh Fringe this year -
Sunset and Bull. No pay, except gratitude, free tickets,
the occasional alcohol or equivalent and, in the event of a sell-out run, a small amount of money to repay expenses.
We will provide the information and links; you come with energy and enthusiasm. Experience in promoting drama useful but not essential. If you are interested, email / phone us (details below).
Arbery Productions is based in Edinburgh, with most rehearsals and all performances taking place in the centre of the city. Occasional meetings and rehearsals take place in the suburbs.
We do not pay travel expenses but we do provide tea, coffee and the occasional Tunnock's cake.
All Edinburgh Theatre
Playscript of the new adaptation
of the classic comedy, with
Mosca and Corbaccia now women
Founded in London in 2013, based in Edinburgh since 2014, Arbery Productions
is an occasional group of theatre creatives with a track record of successful productions.
Arbery Productions has signed up to the Protecting Actors Fringe Charter, helping to ensure all cast and crew involved operate under safe and fair working conditions.
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