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Hannah Harris reflects on her time as Assistant Director

Hannah Harris joined the Leave the Light on for Me creative team as Assistant Director through the Regional Theatre Young Director Scheme (RTYDS).

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Funding success for four Mind the Gap Artists

We’re incredibly pleased to announce that four Mind the Gap Artists have been successful in their applications to Arts Council England’s Developing Your Creative Practice (DYCP) fund.

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Job Opportunity: Creative Producer

Mind the Gap is recruiting for a new full-time Creative Producer to join our busy and friendly team!

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Job Opportunity: Production Manager

Mind the Gap is recruiting for a new full-time Production Manager to join our busy and friendly team!

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A headshot of Joyce Lee. Joyce is a Hong Kong women with chin length straight black hair. She is smiling and is wearing a grey t-shirt with a red cardigan over the top. The photo is taken outside in front of a large red vent and an old mill building.

A few words on creative access

Imagine if we could rebuild the world to make sure it’s accessible for everyone. A world where universal design is the guiding principle. This is what we’re trying to do as we build the world of Leave the Light on for Me.

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A close up of a mans face. He is white, in his mid thirties and has curly hair, fine rimmed glasses and short stubble. He is back lit by a red and green light.

Listen up: A message for the Creative Industries

In September 2021, Mind the Gap’s Changing the Scene event closed with a rousing speech by Assistant Producer, Paul Wilshaw. This is that speech… Listen up!

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A headshot of Paul Bates. Paul is a white man with short dark blonde hair. He is smiling and wearing a pale pink t-shirt. He is pictured against a dark background.

Paul Bates lands role in new Animikii Show

Mind the Gap Artist Paul Bates has been cast in Animikii’s new show The Kaspar Hauser Experiment. We caught up with Paul to find out more about his role in the show.

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A head and shoulder photograph of the main characters Maisie and Jenny. Maisie (on the right) is Black woman with brown eyes and black hair. She has her mouth open, as if surprised, and is looking upwards. Jenny (on the left) is a white woman with blue eyes and ginger chin length hair. She has her mouth open, as if concerned, and is looking directly at the camera. They are buried in a pile of colourful illustrated rubbish. The rubbish pile extends into the distance where it meets a polluted sea occupied by an oil rig, a cooling tower pouring out smoke and a cityscape. Other illustrated elements include a tornado and a plane flying overhead.

Community Cast Call Out

Mind the Gap is on the lookout for people from the Bradford district to join the community cast of its new outdoor show, Leave the Light on for Me.

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A headshot of Becca Johnson. She is a white woman in her twenties with blue eyes and shoulder length mid brown hair. She has a small nose ring and is wearing a pink top and a brown cardigan. The photo is taken outside in front of a large black frame.

Blog: My first year as a Learning Support Worker

It’s just over a year since I started my new role as Learning Support Worker for Mind the Gap, in the middle of a national lockdown and global pandemic – a strange time to start any new job!

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