The Head of Development and Communications is responsible for maximising the net financial contribution to the charity generated by: public funding; trusts, foundations and livery companies, high-net-worth individuals; friends and patrons; corporate sponsorship and local businesses; support-in-kind. This role will also oversee the marketing department and ensure that Wilton’s outward facing message is strong and clear, the brand is understood and that marketing is coordinated and consistent maximising ticket sales.
The Old Vic are now seeking a new General Manager to ensure the smooth, efficient running of all Old Vic Theatre Company productions.
The successful applicant will have worked in a similar role previously, with exceptional communication and negotiation skills and excellent attention to detail. Prior experience in negotiating and drafting agreements and budgets, experience of line management and working with various collective agreements including SOLT Equity, SOLT BECTU and Musician’s Union is also desirable.
Vote for Mixcloud in the Lovie Awards ‘Media Streaming’ category - Honouring the Best of European Internet
Make your voice heard as part of the People's Lovie Awards. Jump right in and start voting in your ballot. Vote by 22nd September! The choice is between our good friends at Mixcloud, and three others - BBC iPlayer, Deezer, and Soundcloud. Why Mixcloud? Because they’re the leading digital audio streaming platform rethinking radio for listeners, curators, and brands alike. And they do it really well. Simple.
Support the David Lynch Foundation and Meet David Lynch and Kyle MacLachlan at the Festival of Disruption
You and a friend will:
- Chew that gum you like with David Lynch as his VIP guests at the Festival of Disruption
- Hang out with Kyle Maclachlan over a damn fine cup of coffee
- Get flown to Los Angeles and stay in a 4-star hotel
What you'll do
Seminal performance school for ‘illegitimate entertainers of all persuasions’ takes over former Foyles basement on Charing Cross Road until January 2017.
Saturday 17th September from 4pm
Passing Clouds presents
THE MARCH TO SAVE PASSING CLOUDS AND LONDON'S MUSIC VENUES!
4pm Hoxton Square, leaving 5pm to Passing Clouds
Followed by event at Gillett Sq, Dalston from 6.30
Greetings music and culture lovers!
Every month we loose another fabulous music venue or another is threatened! It's time to UNITE to demonstrate the urgency for councils and central goverments to step up and protect London's culture and nightlife!
The sequel to the award winning film "Uncle David". Featuring David Hoyle, a new ‘nephew’, and a shocking encounter with a local lad.