A Moments Peace Theatre Company
A Moments Peace Theatre Company

Charity registered in Scotland SC044000

A Moment’s Peace is a Glasgow based theatre company dedicated to making innovative new performance projects and working with diverse community groups to create high quality artistic work that centres marginalised narratives. ​ We create productions, interactive arts events and participatory projects that explore the links between the personal and the political. We pride ourselves on not being bound by one specific style or form, because at the heart of our creative vision is the drive to constantly pursue new ways of working; to constantly search for the most imaginative way to share each unique story.

Current vacancies

Top job! Board Members

  • Management Board
  • Unpaid
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 27th September 2019

Founded in 2004, A Moment's Peace Theatre Company (AMP) is a Glasgow-based theatre company that delivers ambitious arts projects with a commitment to grassroots delivery. We work with and for individuals and communities who may otherwise feel excluded from the arts. Our work is political and responds to urgent social issues through the development of personal narratives.

We are looking to expand our membership on the Board of Trustees with particular interest in hearing from candidates within the fields of:

· Political and Social Activism

· Community and/or Adult Education

· HR and Legal sector

· Fundraising

· Finance

Candidates needn’t have prior experience of governance, but they will be experienced in collective decision-making, be effective communicators, forthcoming and brave when sharing ideas and willing to cast a critical eye.

The Board meets for evening meetings on a quarterly basis lasting around two hours. Board documents will be sent out seven days in advance of meetings. We also schedule an annual development day to allow us to engage in relevant training or creative idea development. This is a voluntary position, however reasonable travel expenses can be met where required.

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