As part of our Culture team, we work across The Amelia, Skate, the Assembly Hall Theatre, TW Social, GO Tunbridge Wells and Circle (our membership scheme). Our aim is simple, develop and expand our audiences across our exciting culture buildings, websites and seasonal activities, aiming to engage with every resident in, and visitor to the borough.
To see a little about our Culture team please watch this video
The Culture team runs The Assembly Hall Theatre (AHT), and, is about to open a newly refurbished building 'The Amelia Scott', both in the historic Town Centre of Royal Tunbridge Wells, just 55 minutes by train from Charing Cross.
The Amelia is an integrated service, combining cultural facilities such as museum collections, exhibitions and art galleries, alongside community engagement activities, library, adult education and council services. The Amelia is due to open in April 2022 and is an important addition for community engagement.
The Assembly Hall Theatre is a 1017 seat flexible, multi-disciplinary arts venue presenting mid-scale touring work; with an ambition to produce small-scale work in the medium to long term future. The AHT is housed in a Grade II listed building, with an annual subsidy of £300-400k per annum.
Benefits of Working with Us
We offer flexible working options and there is scope for some work from home.
To find out about the generous benefits we offer as an employer, including holiday, pension, financial, wellbeing and development please click here
Tunbridge Wells – Working for Equality. We welcome applications from all sections of the community.
The Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults, and expects all employee and volunteers to share this commitment.
Thank you for your interest - there are currently no vacancies at this time.
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