Recruiting a Re-lighter for The Capital

We are recruiting a Re-lighter for the tour of our new show The Capital at the beginning of 2019.

To be available for 2 days between 23 -27 October 2018 in Birmingham to learn
the show’s requirements from the lighting designer at Birmingham REP.

The production will undertake a UK tour for 2 or 3 weeks during the period 28 January to 17 February 2019; exact tour dates to be confirmed.

Deadline for Submissions: 24 July 2018 by 5pm

Read more about the requirements and how to apply below:

What your main duties cover:

• Rigging, programming, focusing and operating lighting control equipment, stage electrics etc.
• Experience of programming the following lighting desks:
-ETC Element 40 sub 250ch Lighting Control Desk
-ETC ION with 40 Fader wing
-ETC Gio
• Participate in re-rigs, de-rigs and get-outs working closely with all other company members to ensure maximum efficiencies.
• Liaison with creative team and company members on the lighting requirements for The Capital.
• Maintenance of touring lighting equipment, where necessary.
• Liaison and collaboration with venue staff in relation to LX plans in advance and when on tour, where necessary.
• Promote a safe working environment and positive health and safety culture.
• The running and maintenance of performances ensuring continued adherence to the creators’ original design.

Deadline for Submissions: 24 July 2018 by 5pm
Please submit a CV to
Please also complete and submit our Equal Opportunities Monitoring form downloadable HERE.

Contact Information:

If you have any queries or require further information please contact Laura Killeen, Stan’s Cafe’s General Manager, on 0121 236 2273 or at

Production Synopsis:

The Capital will open in Birmingham in October 2018 before undertaking a UK tour in 2019.
Inspired by economic theories of inequality The Capital slides back and forth through the city, telling diverse stories of wealth and poverty and how these states are entwined with each other.
Staged on twin moving walkways, The Capital is a show without words and will use vivid visual storytelling to explore themes of financial inequality and strained human relationships.

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