Sprog Rock Trainee

We are looking for a recent music graduate, musician or music enthusiast to undertake a traineeship as part of the Sprog Rock project.

Sprog Rock is an interactive live music experience for Early Years aged children and their parents and carers.  Originally developed as part of Katy Wilson’s Starcatchers Residency at Tramway in 2010, Sprog Rock has evolved over the last 7 years to become an innovative live gig experience for our youngest children.

Please download and read the job description for details on how to apply.

Interviews will be held on Monday 3 July 2017



12pm 19 June 2017

Job description (.doc)



EISF | Imaginate | Starcatchers – Call for Proposals

Edinburgh International Science Festival, in partnership with Imaginate and Starcatchers, is looking to commission a new science theatre production aimed at an early years audience, to be delivered at Edinburgh International Science Festival 2018.

Science in the Spotlight is a continuing ambitious project by Edinburgh International Science Festival, which aims to bring together the wonder of theatre and the explosive world of science communication. It provides an opportunity for these two creative industries to meet and make fresh, innovative and exciting theatre with science at its heart and encourages collaboration between theatre makers and the scientific world.

Following on from the success of our 2016 commissions – Lost at Sea by Catherine Wheels and Borderline Theatre Company’s Uncanny Valley – we are looking to create a new show aimed at an early years audience. The production will be performed over a period of one week at our 2018 Festival, which runs from 31 March– 15 April, with the potential for delivery at our 2019 Festival, subject to funding.

To find out more and apply please download and read the Call for Artists pdf below.

Panel meets: Thursday 20 July 2017

Successful project announced by: Monday 24 July 2017



Monday 10 July 2017

SiTS Call for Artists 2018 (.pdf)



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