Workshop Leaders at Revolution Performing Arts (RPA)

Here at RPA we pride ourselves on boosting self-esteem and confidence, using the medium of Performing Arts, whilst encouraging children to have fun in a completely non pressurized environment. Our ethos and approach to children is completely child centred. In this respect, RPA is completely different to any other performing arts company. Within RPA we regularly say “it’s all about the children”.

RPA are now actively looking to speak with talented individuals who share the same vision.

Performing Arts experience is essential as is a passion to gently develop children’s confidence. You will need to be flexible and committed to young people’s needs but most of all your ability to encompass RPA’s ethos is primary. You will need to be able to manage your workload, timekeeping and also work as part of a team.

In return RPA will reward our Workshop Leaders with excellent rates of pay and conditions. If you are the right person for us, we will give you a full RPA training programme and uniform and will seek to expand your portfolio of schools.

All locations will be considered when applying.

Please feel free to contact us or call us on 07799691328 /07722054528 for an informal chat.

To apply for a DVB police check with Revolution Performing Arts, please click on the link below:

https://form.crbs.info/login.aspx?branch=Revolution_Performing_Arts

What Workshop Leaders say about working for RPA:

Working for RPA is a wonderful opportunity to express your performance experiences with children of all ages and abilities. It is about encouraging children to grow and develop naturally at their pace whilst in a warm, safe environment through movement, music and drama.  Support is always on hand as and when you need it from peers to the inspirational Director Fi 🙂 – Joanne Farrell

It is the most rewarding job seeing a child grow in confidence through dance song and drama x 🙂 – Jemma Turland

Working for Revolution Performing Arts is such a rewarding job, watching the children grow in confidence and creativity, there’s nothing else like it” – Cheryl Heuston