Are you looking to gain valuable experience and build your networks in a creative environment? Is your career ambition to work in the arts, cultural or creative industries?
The University of Southampton’s Careers Service have opened their new season of paid Internships with a brilliant range of opportunities in Southampton’s cultural sector for enrolled UoS students and graduates *.
Read on for details of the creative and cultural internships on offer and hurry, applications close on 27 October 2019.
Katie Power and Abaigh McKee, PhD candidates in The Parkes Institute for the Study of Jewish/non-Jewish Relations at the University of Southampton, discuss Rediscovering ‘The King of Lampedusa’, a lecture-recital that took place at Nuffield Southampton Theatres City (NST City) in June.
Earlier this semester University of Southampton English students taking an introductory module on the history of theatre and film had an opportunity to review Howard Brenton’s hugely popular play, The Shadow Factory, at Nuffield Southampton Theatres. Irati Aguirrezabalaga Berra writes in detail about how the plot and set work in tandem throughout the show.