Every show hopes for good reviews. Journalists get the word out about the show to the public. They make sure people know what shows are on offer and what is happening in the world of theatre.
An author writes either fiction or non-fiction books. These are sometimes also adapted for other media. This can include television and radio serialisation or a film adaptation.
Building sets, helping create props and operating equipment, the backstage crew support the designers and performers with the running of the show.
Bench jewellers are skilled craft workers who create and/or repair pieces of jewellery using a variety of materials and techniques.
Box office staff work in cinemas, theatres and concert halls. They are responsible for taking bookings and payments for tickets. Box office staff also arrange for group visits and discounts. They may also advise on seating for people with disabilities or special needs.
Brand designers work with the client to understand what image or mood they want to project and come up with designs to create a brand identity. They are usually graphic designers who have decided to specialise in this type of work
Brand strategists raise an organisation's profile by managing the way it interacts with customers and users.
Buyers must stay on top of the latest trends in jewellery. They choose what is sold in shops or online, often buying stock from designers.
CAD/CAM designers use CAD (computer-aided design) to produce jewellery designs and CAM (computer-aided manufacture) to create a product.
Carpenters and joiners in the theatre & dance sector and crafts sector work with wood. They work in theatres or in workshops. In the theatre & dance sector, they specifically make, fit or repair scenery and props that are part of a play or show.
A cartoonist draws pictures and cartoons to amuse, educate and influence people. Cartoonists have a variety of avenues to show their work, including:
Casting involves pouring molten metal into a mould and allowing it to solidify. Casting technicians work with a range of metals to produce jewellery pieces.
Catering staff can work in a range of facilities in heritage sites, including restaurants, cafes and kiosks. They may also cater for events and functions.
Chain making is a particular technique of metalsmithing. You need to be good with your hands to specialise in chain work.
Choreographers create routines and movement sequences for singers and musicians to perform.
Circus performers work to entertain a live audience. They work for traditional touring circuses, at festivals and outdoor events. Increasingly circus performers are involved in staged musical performances in theatres and other arts venues.
Classical musicians perform, compose or conduct music. They are trained to an extremely high standard in one or more instruments. A classical musician primarily plays an instrument or sings live. They may also record classical music, do session work for backing tracks, conduct performances, or write music.
Mae codwyr arian yn dod o hyd i ffyrdd o godi arian ar gyfer sefydliadau dielw, megis amgueddfeydd, elusennau neu sefydliadau celfyddydau.
A collections manager deals with the physical condition of the collection, making it accessible to as many people as possible.
Community art workers work closely with community groups to engage and involve them in arts projects.
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