We are seeking an experienced, freelance wardrobe supervisor for our Autumn production of Bold Girls by Rona Munro, directed by Michael Duke and Designed by Kai Fischer.


Dates: 1/07/2022 to 05/10/2022 on a flexible freelance basis.

Fee: £1500 (fixed).

For further information about the job and application guidance please contact:
Amanda Glover, Producer:

Deadline: Monday, 18th July 2022

Cumbernauld Theatre is an equal opportunities employer. We strongly encourage people with disabilities and people who are from ethnically or culturally diverse backgrounds to apply as CTT is keen for the team and its work to be informed by and representative of the diverse communities it serves.

Working with us

Cumbernauld Theatre Trust has made a commitment to centring lived experience across our work. We value diversity across our stages, staff and audiences.

We are dedicated to creating an equitable and inclusive working environment where our staff are empowered to do their best work. Therefore, we invite those we work with to let us know about their access needs and we are openly inviting our creative community  to help us understand any barriers we may be unaware of.

As an organisation we aim to work from a person centred approach which means we strongly believe that you are the expert of your own needs and lived experience. If you would like to discuss any access needs or barriers before applying for any of our current opportunities please contact

At the core our Cumbernauld Theatre Trust Ltd values is the belief that arts and culture, alongside company culture, have greater vibrancy, innovation, richness, and quality when we include stories and are reflective of and defined by the perspectives of artists and creative practitioners, audiences and employees from all backgrounds.

This commitment extends to supporting development for people from under-represented groups to ensure fairer access to creative and non-creative roles in our company.

Cumbernauld Theatre Trust Ltd wants to

  • Recognise the creative and organisational culture value of diversity by committing to work that is representative of and relevant to more people.
  • Commit to inclusion and better representation across all non-creative and creative practitioner roles. For example, directors, producers, managers, administrators, performers, assistants, writers, choreographers, composers, etc.
  • Invest in creating opportunities for a more diverse range of people to join the organisation. This will include ensuring programming and talent development, employability, production management activity is designed to recognise and remove barriers to participation and engagement with the company.
  • Provide better access to our resources and cultural spaces to empower under-represented creative practitioners to share their stories, work with us and influence our company culture.
  • We must ensure we are not discriminating under the Equality Act 2010 and are collating information to build an accurate picture of the make-up of the organisation’s staff, freelancers, trainees, volunteers, creative employees and contractors in encouraging equality, diversity, and inclusion.

The organisation needs your help and co-operation to enable it to do this but filling in this form is voluntary.

Please follow the link below to complete the Equalities, Diversity and Inclusion form.

This information will remain confidential. Thank you for your time and your co-operation


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