The Late Shows

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The Late Shows has announced that it is looking for friendly faces this May for their 12th edition of the North East’s ultimate popular late-night culture crawl. Applications are now available online to volunteer as a steward on the evenings of Friday 18 and Saturday 19 May.

The Late Shows is a free annual festival, which in previous years has had over 60 day-time arts, culture and heritage attractions on Tyneside open late into the evening to offer special cultural activities.

Over the two-night event, visitors have a huge choice of exhibitions, open studios, workshops, behind-the-scenes tours, music, dance, theatre, heritage, food, drink and all sorts of other fun and cultural activities to choose from.

Tasks that will be expected for The Late Shows volunteer stewards will include; meeting and greeting visitors, handing out programmes and The Late Shows’ iconic glow sticks, answering visitor enquiries, providing directions to venues and bus stops, and advising visitors about other venues that they may enjoy.

If you'd like to apply to be a volunteer, please let us know at govolunteer.union@ncl.ac.uk 

 

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