Interested in working in the arts and not sure where to start? This monthly session will aim to demystify different career pathways within the arts. Led by different industry professionals we will explore a range of back stage and technical roles such as production management, producing, fundraising and design, to support you to consider different routes that might be available to sustain a career in the arts.

These sessions will be launching in the Autumn, with details on confirmed sessions below.

For more information please contact us by email on bonny@cardboardcitizens.org.uk

Session Details and Booking Options

September

Q&A with Nina Toussaint-White
DATE TBC

A Q&A session with Theatre and TV actress Nina Toussaint-White, sharing her experience of working within the industry.

Actress Nina Toussaint-White has been working in the industry for many years now, appearing as a regular in many shows on our television screens. Playing the likes of DS Louise Rayburn in the award-winning BBC and Netflix series, ‘Bodyguard‘ and also in the lead role of Kate Hatfield in a social media infused sci-fi psychological drama ‘The Feed‘ (Amazon). Nina’s most recent roles include playing lead Jodie Packer in Channel 5’s upcoming new drama Witness No.3 and Luna Cujai in the new blockbuster Kandahar. Both out later this year. She has also featured in ‘Emmerdale‘ (ITV),  and regular roles in ‘Eastenders‘ (BBC), ‘Gameface‘ (E4), ‘S*Witch‘ (ITV2) and three series of ‘Uncle‘ (BBC3).

Theatre includes roles such as Jane in ‘The Libertine‘ (Theatre Royal Bath and Haymarket) and Susan in the European premiere of David Mamet’s ‘Race‘ (Hampstead Theatre). She was Nominated for Best Performance in a Musical at the UK Theatre Awards 2016 for ‘The Etienne Sisters‘ at Theatre Royal Stratford East.

Who are these workshops for?

These workshops are only for inducted Members of Cardboard Citizens London and beyond.

Information, Advice, and Guidance

A quick reminder that Members can contact Matt for Information, Advice and Guidance during this time – phone 07568 957910 or email matt@cardboardcitizens.org.uk