We are proud to be a small part of SHIPLEY STREET ARTS FESTIVAL 2016!
With three days (Friday 1st July to Sunday 3rd July) of fantastic performances from internationally-renowned street theatre companies and creative arts from the local community on the streets of Shipley, this year’s Festival is set to be bigger and better than ever.
Shipley is mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, in the form Scipelei - thats cooler than a Maharaja!
Nutkhut are no strangers to Shipley, the City of Bradford and West Yorkshire - we've been performing with artists, communities and festivals in the region since the mid 1990's.
Shipley Street Arts Festival is a not-for-profit festival created and run by Shipley-based street theatre company, Q20 Events.
Nutkhut is committed to collecting data in order to understand our audiences better and to invite new audiences to enage with our work - during the summer of 2016, whilst we are out in the fresh air, presenting our work across the country, catch one of our team, fill in a short survey and be in with a chance to win a brand new iPad Air!
Remembrance Sunday - earlier this year Dr Blighty paid its respects to soldiers of the Empire who fought in both World War's and conflicts which followed. These soldiers and families have largely been forgottern and do not appear in our news items, in our history books and are not taught in our schools. Culture and Art brings people together and can make a small contribution to re-address our collective memory.
A Nutkhut production co-commissioned by 14-18 NOW: WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Brighton Festival, and Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove. Supported by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund and Arts Council England, QED, and by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.
1.5 Million Indian men went to war.
2,500 awoke in a palace…
'As part of Britain’s Centenary Anniversary of the First World War Nutkhut presented an ambitious programme of immersive performances and installations based in Brighton’s Royal Pavilion Garden which bring the past into the present, immersing the audience in the untold history of these brave soldiers, so far from home, fighting the war of other men.'
Against all the odds, the ZEE London Mela returned for 2016 in a new home at Wembley Park last September! It was a huge challenge for all involved to bring the usual Mela Magic to such a new and different venue, but thanks to the hard work of some amazing people and performers - WE DID IT!
If you didn't manage to make it this year - check out the video below, and get ready for updates for what's to come in 2017!
Photo - Nutkhut's Dr Blighty 2016
General Manager - Nutkhut is seeking to appoint a General Manager for a 4 day a week post, covering the day-to-day management of the company’s work including delivery of the various projects undertaken in its repertoire.
The successful candidate’s key responsibilities will be to provide efficient administration for the company, including overseeing budgets, payments, contracts, data collection and reporting to stakeholders evaluation, support for the Artistic Directors and project coordination.
The post start date: as soon as possible.
Nutkhut creates high quality performance work both indoors and outdoors. It takes unique stories and compelling narratives and presents them in the public realm, making them accessible to a wide range of audiences. Multi faceted, mixing media, mischief, humour and spectacle, Nutkhut’s work exists to delight all those who encounter it.
Nutkhut is a National Portfolio Organisation funded by Arts Council England.
Please email your CV and covering letter of no more than two sides of A4, setting out your experience and why you are the right person for this post to email@example.com with your name and ‘GM Application’ in the subject line of the email.
For a copy of the Job Description and Personal Specification for this post, please click here: Job Description & Person Specification.pdf
Please note the closing date for applications will be midday on 21st Dec 2016 and shortlisted applicants will be contacted to arrange an interview. Interviews will take place in the week beginning 9th January 2017.