St John's Church
Edinburgh, EH2 4BJ
Scottish Registered Charity SC042638
A company limited by guarantee registered in Scotland No 399201
Are you passionate about social justice? Do you have an interest in the arts? Are you looking for a voluntary leadership role that will inspire and energise you?
Just Festival is looking forward to welcoming new Board members, including a Convenor. After two years of the pandemic and with a new festival manager at the helm, we are looking for further fresh input to help drive our festival forward. We have a range of roles available to match different skill sets and interests.
Are you interested in social justice and diversity? Do you enjoy theatre, music, and dance performances? Do you like engaging in conversations on vital social issues? Would you like to gain valuable experience in the festival environment? If YES, then you might find Just Festival a perfect fit for you! learn more
Supported by the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences (University of Edinburgh) Knowledge Exchange and Impact Grant, ‘Take Note!’ Youth Choir project invites people aged 12-21 to take part in singing sessions and performances in two shows at the 2018 Just Festival. learn more
Free DROP-IN sessions for Third Sector and creative practitioners
Supported by the Voluntary Action Fund, our Just Skills Academy drop-in workshop sessions engage individuals, Third Sector representatives and creative practitioners in sharing stories of successful collaboration and ideas for joint projects. learn more
Supported by the Corra Foundation, ‘Age & Stage’ Project engages elderly people and their carers who experience loneliness and isolation. Active Inquiry, who specialise in producing devised plays, deliver drama workshops and guide project participants in telling and sharing their stories. learn more
BEspoke training programme developed by just festivals and edinburgh college
‘Staged for Life’ is a unique two week training programme teaching young people aged 16–24 how to operate sound and lighting equipment for live events. Those who complete the course are offered supported work placements at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe venues to gain meaningful industry experience. The training sessions are part of the Just Skills Academy project supported by Edinburgh College, the Voluntary Action Fund and Dr Guthrie’s Association. Follow Staged for Life on Facebook for more updates. learn more