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At Rendez-Vous dance, we recruit, employ, train and champion our collaborators  regardless of race, religion, colour, national origin, sex, disability, age and social background.

We have a clear vision and mission: to be the place where a diverse mix of talented people want to collaborate and do their best work. We pride ourselves on bringing the best projects to our audiences, and we know our company runs on the hard work and dedication of our passionate and creative collaborators.

Rendez-Vous’s dedication to promoting diversity, multiculturalism, and inclusion is clearly reflected in all of our projects.  Diversity is more than a commitment at Rendez-Vous dance, it is the foundation of what we do. We are fully focused on equity and believe deeply in diversity of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin and all the other fascinating characteristics that make us different. 
























What songs may do... Pride Month Tour - June 2023

Job Title:

Touring Technician / Relighter

Responsible To:

Rachel Shipp (Lighting Designer- Technical Manager) & Mathieu Geffré (Artistic Director)

Job Purpose:

To assist the Technical Manager during the performance at the Mill (Banbury)

To take leadershp in the rest of the tour (4 venues)

To lead the technical get in and get out on tour

To operate lighting and sound for each show at the venue, in line with the requirements of the lighting and sound design. 

Dates and locations:

8th June 2023: The Mill Banbury

12th 13th 14th June 2023: Theatre Royal Plymouth - The Drum

15th June 2023: The Courtyard Hereford

22nd June 2023: Chapter Arts Centre Cardiff 

 27th June 2023: Lancaster Arts


3 isolated performances at £200 per performance (Banbury, Cardiff, Lancaster): £600

1 weekly Fee: £650 (Plymouth, Hereford)

£22 per diem per day away from home

Accommodations Provided by Company Mileage: £0.46/mile + £100 contribution on driving days for isolated performances (4 days)

Created in 2021, What Songs May Do... is the first full-evening production by award-winning choreographer, former National Dance Company Wales dancer and Rendez-Vous dance artistic director: Mathieu Geffré. Following an acclaimed national tour in Autumn 2022, What songs may do... is returning to the stage for a National Pride Month Tour in June 2023


Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

Rigging and focusing lighting fixtures

Rigging speakers and other sound equipment Installing any scenic items

Programming and operating lighting using ETC Eos Family software / Nomad

Checking and tuning the sound system

Programming and operating music and sound effects using Qlab

Working at height Liaising with venue staff to ensure a smooth production process

Complying with the latest Health & Safety policies and procedures

Driving and Transporting equipment throughout the tour


Please Note, it is essential for our future collaborator to hold a Driving License and drive the touring vehicle.

It is strongly recommended for our future collaborator to hold their own Public Liability Insurance.

The company holds Public Liability Insurance and Employer's Liability Insurance for this project. 


Please submit your CV and the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form by the 26th of May 2023:


Interviews: 29th May 2023 Time to be agreed with shortlisted applicants


If you require additional support to apply for this opportunity, please do not hesitate to contact us: -

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Audio Description Touring Technician / Relighter Opportunity
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