Join the Dream Front of House Team

The DREAM will be the largest Shakespeare event ever organised in Ards and North Down: a specially created Midsummer Night's Dream featuring 30 professional artists from around the world and up to 150 people from across the borough. 

Are you well organised, and good at getting people to do what you say – in the nicest possible way?  We are expecting up to 350 people per performance at the DREAM, all arriving to find a place to sit like aristocrats or stand like groundlings in our 'Globe Theatre'.  A team of well-organised front of house volunteer stewards under the captaincy of our Front of House Manager are going to be essential to making the show a comfortable and exciting experience for all.    If you want to be part of ensuring the success of the show, then why not join our volunteer steward team?

There will be a 'Big Volunteer Day' in Feb 2019, then you will be meeting the Front of House Manager for a kick off in early to mid April, then you'll be offered training to make sure you're comfortable. Front of House Volunteers must be 18 or over, or accompanied by a parent or guardian.

The performances run May 1st to 5th 2019, starting at 7:30 pm.  There is also likely to be a matinee on the Saturday.  You wouldn't need to be available for all of them, but if you can that's even better! Just send us an email to register interest.

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This is a project supported by the European Union’s PEACE Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body.