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Boundless Theatre offers great opportunity at board level

FIVE HEADS BETTER THAN ONE: Boundless Theatre's advisory group (image credit: Christian Sinibaldi)

BOUNDLESS THEATRE is pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for three driven and skilled professionals to join its board.

It is an industry leader in the theatre sector that creates thrilling, challenging and relevant work for a teenage and young adult audience, and ‘curious others’.

Their recent production of Natives by Glenn Waldron received widespread critical acclaim and award nominations.

It’s the best play I’ve seen this year to articulate an urgent contemporary moment (Metro 4*)

Boundless Theatre is a registered charity that creates theatre that is exciting and relevant to new audiences and supports the next generation of artists to be extraordinary. Artistic Director Rob Drummer says:

ACTION: Boundless Theatre production Natives (image credit: Richard Davenport)

“We want to create theatre that celebrates the boundless spirit and power of a generation living in an age of rapid change and huge challenges but empowered to make the world a better place. I think it’s an exciting moment to be doing that.

"Young people are more diverse and globally connected than ever before and expect the culture they engage with to reflect this. As a theatre company we need to respond to this challenge both on stage and off, and look forward to welcoming the support of new trustees to help us achieve this goal”

By volunteering your skills as a board member you can help the company thrive, and play your part in making theatre relevant to young people across the UK.

Charles Glanville, Chair of Boundless Theatre said:

“We are excited by the opportunity to welcome new people with diverse perspectives and new skills that can help the company go from strength to strength, creating the best work on stage and supporting the artists and audiences of the future”.

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