Opportunities with RE:NEW 

The new cultural centre will accommodate a world class library, a cafe/bar and a new 100 seat cinema screen at the heart of the building. To the west, a new extension will house the main 500/800-seat theatre and its support spaces, whilst a flexible studio theatre and its dedicated bar will sit on the roofline, with panoramic views over the city.

This venue will be managed and run by Storyhouse – an innovative creator of theatre, festivals and site-specific art. Fiercely unique in that it directly produces most of its work, Storyhouse Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre, Music and Literature Festivals form the backbone of Chester’s current arts scene. Over the next 18 months Storyhouse will be recruiting for the wide variety of roles, across all elements of the organisation. Our vacancies will always be posted below, as well as shared on social media.


We don’t have any vacancies right now, but click here to keep up to date with the latest opportunities.


Call Out – Freelance Creatives and Theatre Specialists… 

Storyhouse is keen to establish a family of highly skilled freelance creatives and theatre specialists to help us create, stage, promote and document our highly diverse and hugely popular programme of work.

Production Support: Set builders / Scenic artists / Prop makers / Carpenters / Costume and dress making / Technicians / Sound engineering / Lighting operating and programming / Electricians…

Creatives: Graphic Designers / Illustrators / Photographers / Web coders and developers / Filmmakers and editors / Copywriters

Deadline: Ongoing
For more information, click here.


Equal opportunities
We will consider all qualified applicants equally regardless of marital status, gender, sexuality, disability, age, colour, race, religion, nationality, ethnic or national origins. Please complete an Equal Opportunities monitoring form with each job application.


Click here to keep up to date with news, job & volunteer opportunities with the RE:NEW Project and Storyhouse