Tour Manager & Driver

Peer Productions are looking for a sensible and very organised Tour Manager/Driver to join our expanding and dynamic team. The successful candidate will be able to support the team’s work and manage our offsite touring theatre company and onsite communication with host schools. Role: Tour Manager and Driver Responsible for: Driving the van and Managing […]

Are you our new Chair?

Could you be theatre charity Peer Productions next Chair of Trustees? Peer Productions is a Registered Charity (company limited by guarantee – registered in England & Wales No. 05898510 – Charity No. 1151156), with a non-executive Board providing strategic support, oversight, and governance. Peer Productions’ vision is to use theatre to genuinely change young people’s […]

Playing LGBT+

As our team prepare to revive our sex education play Losing It for the International Youth Arts Festival we talked to two of Peer Productions’ 2017/18 cohort of actors have been reflecting on their roles in Losing It: a play about coming together and falling apart. Here they discuss the representation of LGBTQ+ characters, both in Losing […]

Love, Beauty, Attraction

Tomorrow our Artistic Director Nina will continue the research and development phase for her new play (working title LBA – Love, Beauty, Attraction) which has been commissioned for an urban, Indian youth audience. She will be joined for the next phase of the project by a diverse team of talented, professional, young actors. Peer Productions alumna […]

Paid Acting Opportunity

Love, Beauty and Attraction Casting Call – Paid Opportunity Peer Productions are looking for talented, energetic and open young actors aged 18 – 26 years to work with us to develop a new play exploring sex, relationships, gender and sexuality for a young urban Indian audience. Working title is LBA – Love, Beauty and Attraction.  […]

International Women’s Day: Our Artistic Director talks about Generation Girls

On International Women’s Day 2018, I wanted to write something about our Generation Girls programme, which is one of the Peer Productions projects of which I am most proud. It’s the participatory project which has personally moved me the most. It is a programme from which I have learned a great deal. The premise is […]


Peer Productions’ Artistic Director Nina Lemon has been commissioned to develop a new play exploring gender, sexuality and consent for an urban Indian audience. Her research led her to Mumbai where she met with Indian creatives, campaigners, charity workers, teachers and young people to discuss the issues that matter most to them. Working in partnership with […]

The Forgotten Women of History

We are developing The Forgotten Women of History – a new podcast series that celebrates 150 years of the British women that history has pushed into the margins. Working together with heritage partners, professional actors and our talented young artists from our Actor Development Programme, we intend to release 10 podcasts over the next two years, […]

Vacancy: Board of Trustees

Peer Productions, a small charity working in the South East, is looking for new board members as we enter year one of our three year development plan. Our mission is to use theatre to transform young people’s lives. We offer a free actor development programme for young people to train as actors and peer educators. We […]

Where Are Young Men In The Arts?

The Peer Productions team are proud to have been involved in the early stages of the careers of numerous exceedingly talented male actors, from Micheal Mac Liammoir Award nominee, Dan Ireland-Reeves, to The Wind In The Willows West End understudy, Chris Aukett. However, with a stark decrease in the number of young people opting to study GCSE Drama […]