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full time Marketing Manager Needed

at Fight in the Dog (Anywhere)

Fight in the Dog are hiring a Marketing Manager to work across their 14 shows for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

The Marketing Manager will be responsible for managing the street team, managing the Edfringe social media campaign, liaising with publicists across all show for press cuttings each day of the festival, managing the print campaign for each show.

Marketing experience and Festival experience is essential, as well as experience managing a team of people. The festival runs from the 1st - 27th August and the Marketing Manager will be required to work on an ad-hoc basis from the 23rd July - 30th July and full time from the 30th July - 27th August.

Fight in the Dog was established with the intention of bridging the gap between the worlds of theatre and comedy. The company’s chief aim is to create work that’s at once as funny as the best comedy and as thought-provoking as the best theatre - innovative, provocative, experimental and surprising. Fight in the Dog was formed after a supposedly small and relaxed charity production of Twelfth Night With Comedians got out of hand and sold out a 600-seater theatre and raised £9k for Refugee Action. Since then they produced Travesty by Liam Williams, Ricky Whittington & his Cat by Daran Johnson and Liam Williams, and produced 8 shows at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2017.

This year we have 14 shows ranging across theatre and comedy with a mixture of newcomers, festival favourites, and award winners. Please check out our website for more information on us, our shows and our ethos.

Please email brid@fightinthedog.co.uk with a CV and covering letter, or to find out more information about the role.


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Published at 02-06-2018
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