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Good Chance host Volunteer Socials every few months where volunteers past and present can get together as well as future ones looking to join Good Chance!
The next Good Chance Volunteer Social will be in Autumn 2019 (date TBC).
Our theatres create new kinds of communities and connect people, stories and cultures from across the world, provide newly arrived refugees and migrants with a chance to express themselves and their situations, as well as a space to come together and get to know local people through art in all its forms.
Good Chance volunteers come from the widest possible range of backgrounds and experiences, and we welcome all kinds of talents or skill sets. In addition to what happens on stage, the day-to-day life of a theatre relies on people with technical knowledge of working with wood, metal, electronics and engineering, as well as expertly organised people to help with everything that goes on behind the scenes.
Volunteering Opportunities in UK
“When does a place become a home?”
Good Chance are starting a Social Club in London; for people who’ve lived here all their life, or recently arrived from another city or country. We’ll be visiting theatres, galleries, music events and much more, and we’d love to hear from you if you’re interested in helping to run the Club or to host events or trips. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved.
This August, we’re building the Good Chance Petite Dome at Bastion de Bercy, a welcome and accommodation centre in Paris run by Aurore Association.
For four weeks, we will work with residents, local people and artists to create a bold and exciting programme of work including carpentry and building, theatre and music, the creation of a book, and all culminating in a carnivalesque parade through the city to see out the summer in style. As always, these plans are just the beginning: everyone is invited to enter the dome with new and big ideas.
Without the help of so many generous volunteers Good Chance wouldn’t be able to continue our work, so we’re immensely grateful for your support.