Bring Shakespeare to life by volunteering
Two volunteer events are being organised this month aimed at giving people information about the roles available when the attraction re-opens.
These roles include front of house positions in which people will be welcoming visitors and opportunities to assist with curating temporary exhibitions.
The roles will be of interest to Shakespeare aficionados or those wishing to develop a career within the heritage sector.
Shakespeare Schoolroom & Guildhall Project Lead, Lincoln Clarke, said: “We will be welcoming volunteers from all ages and backgrounds to grasp the enthusiasm for exciting challenges that comes at the start of the New Year and be part of a project that is wonderful not only for Stratford, but for the rest of the world. The reward of volunteering is that it also brings the chance to acquire new skills, meet interesting people and even start the path to a new career.”
Volunteer Open sessions will take place at King Edward VI School on Tuesday 12 January and Thursday 21 January between 5.30pm and 7.30pm.
For more information or to register interest in attending one of the sessions please contact Sarah Jervis-Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org.