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We offer  a range of opportunities throughout the year for artists and public to work with SeaChange and get involved in creative projects.   A good way to stay in touch with the latest news is via our Facebook or Twitter pages.

Coasters Development Coordinator

A fantastic opportunity to work for coastal towns across England.

Want to help bring world-class circus and street arts work to coastal towns across England?

The Coasters Network is looking to hire an experienced freelance Development Coordinator to help carry out the next step in transforming perceptions of coastal towns.

The project will offer a structured training and professional development to Young & Young Diverse emerging producers/promoters to develop their own mark within the festival scene.

We are looking to hire an experienced freelance Development Coordinator who will be focusing on:

  • Writing the initial EOI & Main ACE bid in line with timeframes set out below
  • Travelling to each of the 7 partner locations for an initial meeting and to gain a better understanding of the geographical, socio, economic, political context they are working in.
  • Liaising with project partners to gather information, evidence and supporting documentation for the application
  • Working with partners to help formulate and articulate a clear strategy around their local programmes
  • Developing an overall project framework alongside location specific plans, identifying key project partnerships, opportunities and beneficiaries
  • Costing elements of the project to feed into the budget
  • Managing grant monitoring and evaluation process and final report writing

Full brief and how to apply: Coasters#2 – Development Coordinator

Join the SeaChange Board

We're seeking new Trustees

SeaChange Arts is recruiting new board members to join the charity as we enter our 21st year in 2019. SeaChange is an independent arts development charity, dedicated to delivering outstanding opportunities for artists and communities through supporting, hosting and delivering circus and street arts projects and events in Great Yarmouth, the UK and beyond.

SeaChange”s Mission is “to provide transformational opportunities for artists and communities by supporting, hosting and delivering world class international circus and street art projects and events”.

SeaChange”s Vision  is “to aspire to create in Great Yarmouth an International Centre of Excellence for circus and street arts creation, training and delivery, to be a UK and European leader in development of the sector and the UK”s main gateway to Europe”.

Indoor circus performance

We are seeking exceptional individuals with strategic vision and an interest in the arts. We are particularly keen to hear from applicants with skills and experience in the following areas:

  • Energy and renewables
  • Law
  • Finance and accountancy
  • PR, marketing and audience development
  • Education and training
  • Leisure and tourism
  • Business and commercial development
  • International community
  • Arts at a national/international level

Candidates should be willing to commit to attending four board meetings per year, with additional committee and advisory work as appropriate.

Meetings are held in Great Yarmouth, usually at 5.30pm.

This is a voluntary role, but reasonable out-of-pocket expenses can be covered.

Trustee information pack can be downloaded here: New Trustee Information Pack

For more information, or to discuss this role and the work of SeaChange Arts, please contact: Malcolm Colin-Stokes, Chairman of Trustees on 01493 843089 or email: malcolm@knights-court.co.uk


Drill House Staff

Casual staff required

Want to work with SeaChange Arts?

SeaChange are dedicated to delivering outstanding circus and street arts events and opportunities, including the Out There International Festival of Circus & Street Arts.

Following around £1m of work on our Drill House building in Great Yarmouth, courtesy of investment from Arts Council England, the Drill House is set to become a leading international centre for circus and street arts creation as well as a vital community hub.   We’re on the look-out for a people to help us develop our team and a range of exciting projects.

We’re looking for the following roles on casual and freelance contracts:


We’re keen to expand our team of tutors, so if you are a circus tutor, or you work in a related field, (dance, theatre, gymnastics) who’d like to get involved in circus, we’d love to hear from you.


Experienced circus riggers and lighting and audio crew to support events and residencies at the Drill House.


We’ll be expanding our work creating fabulous festival décor, delivering creative workshops, and building crazy contraptions.   If you’re an artist, maker or fabricator who’d like to get involved in the world of street arts, we’d love to hear from you!


We’re looking for outgoing, enthusiastic and flexible Drill House crew members to staff and set up events and residencies, building operations, support event publicity and look after audiences and visitors at the Drill House.

If you think this sounds like you and you want to get involved with SeaChange Arts, please send a CV to  hello@seachangearts.org.uk