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Careers Week 2022

Careers Week 2022

In celebration of National Careers Week 2022, we asked four creative leads to tell us more about their work and their journey into the industry.

  • DJ Walde talks about composing for theatre and his work on Our Generation
  • Rachael Nanyonjo explains her process for working on movement on Trouble in Mind.
  • Hazel Holder describes her practice and her journey into Voice and Dialect coaching.
  • Clint Dyer talks about his journey into Directing, his work as Deputy Artistic Director, and his recent Death of England trilogy.

Theatre doesn't begin and end with the rise and fall of the curtain. There are a huge range of jobs in theatre – from acting to designing, from marketing to engineering, from operations management to catering. 

Take a look at our YouTube collection of films exploring the variety of careers at the National Theatre.

Creative Careers

Creative Careers brings together careers information and opportunities from creative organisations across the Creative Industries.

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Get Into Theatre

This theatre-specific resource brings together advice on how to start a career, with listings for opportunities, training and funding.

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Creative Access

Creative Access champions people from underrepresented communities in the Creative Industries to access careers, progress and reach leadership.

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