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London Bubble seeks a Lead Facilitator to work on the Creative Homes programme.
This is a full time, fixed term appointment which will run until March 31st 2018. Possible extension dependent on funding.

The Creative Homes programme sees Bubble delivering creative activities to 7 Sheltered Housing Units in the North Southwark Area and running Tea Break Theatre, weekly, at our base in Rotherhithe. Bubble is primarily a theatre company but Creative Homes has included a number of craft and music centred activities as well as work created from scripts and improvisation.  

The project has been developing over the last 3 years with the support of the Big Lottery and is intended to deploy creative participation inclusively, and to consider how this impacts on the health and wellbeing of older people. Our long term aim is to create a method that can be shared – to test and document methodology that can be applied elsewhere. Working with the Participatory Projects Coordinator, the lead facilitator will play a key role in planning, delivering and consolidating the programme.

The successful candidate will have experience of leading participatory theatre projects with older people. He/She will be an artist, an advocate, a thinker, a practitioner and will have some interest in the crossover between arts for health and the innovative work that is now being produced by older artists and participants.

The salary is £28,440 p.a. PERSON SPEC AND JD 

To speak to someone about the role or the project call 020 7237 4434 or email 

To apply, please send CV and a covering letter to by 5pm, 5 June 2017. Interviews are provisionally scheduled for 9 June 2017. 

Creative Volunteers can get involved with the company by participating in a project, or by providing the support that allows others to participate.
Click here to find out more.


London Bubble offers work experience and volunteering opportunities for people of all ages and stages in their career.

We receive a high number of requests for placements but if you would like to apply, please complete one of the application forms below and an equal opportunities form and email it to

Application form for over 16 years
Application form for under 16 years
Equal Opportunities monitoring form

Please note - placements for under 18s:
We are only able to offer a maximum of 1 week of work experience to under 18s.
We can only consider applications for placements less than 6 months in advance.
We prioritise young people living and studying within our local area and members of our youth theatre.  To find out more about our youth theatre please click HERE
We receive a LOT of applications, and we are a only small organisation. If you do not hear back from us within 4 weeks of applying, please assume we cannot offer a suitable opportunity. We try and respond back as soon as we can, but even with the best of intentions it is not possible at times.

We are unable to offer any placements for the first two weeks of June 2017.