Bridport Arts Newsletter

Jobs & Volunteering


‘As and when’ seat mover needed for our theatre space. £9 per hour. n.b. quite a lot of flexibility needed for working hours (also flexibility built in by us, to keep things on a happy medium!). Pretty heavy work. Full training given.

Please contact Dee Fenton, Operations Manager- [email protected]

Thank you!


Volunteer Opportunities

Stewards Rotas

Please click the below links to view.

Theatre Stewards Rota - Updated 8th Sep 2021

Gallery Stewards Rota - Updated 8th Sep 2021

Front of House Stewards- Further training refresher date Wednesday 27 October at 6pm. Please RSVP attendance.

Come and join the BAC Front of House Team and get involved in a lively programme of theatre, dance, comedy and more! The role involves working at our performances and events to make sure that our visitors are safe and happy. Full training given during the pre-event briefings.

We’re also looking for stewards to work at least 2 hours a week to provide a friendly presence in the Allsop Gallery. Stewards enhance all aspects of the visitor experience, interacting with people about exhibitions and enabling visitors to feel comfortable and welcome in the gallery space.

If you would like to become a Front of House volunteer please email Dee on [email protected]. to get access to the online rota.  Thank you for your interest, if you would like to be part of the team or have any questions, please get in touch.


There are many reasons why you may want to join our team, some people want to learn new skills, others enjoy meeting new people while others simply love the arts.

We are extremely grateful Last year our volunteers contributed hours of their time.

We think volunteering at the Arts Centre is fun, here’s what our stewards have to say about it:

“Being a steward at the Arts Centre has offered many things to me, ...opportunities to meet stimulating people, to contribute to the  running of this great community asset, to see  and enjoy a wide variety of entertainment which otherwise might pass me by, and,  not least, to share fun and laughter with the dedicated staff who keep it all going.”
“I enjoy being a steward, it is fun and gives you a chance to meet people and be part of a team contributing to the running  of a great Arts Centre”