Britannia Row Productions has announced that it is to extend its offer of one-year work contracts for a top graduate from each of its 2015 live sound technology courses.
"The three top graduates from each of our 2015 courses will be given the opportunity to have an interview at Britannia Row Productions," explains the live sound company, which also offers training courses, "[and] one of the three graduates will be offered a one-year contract with Britannia Row Productions."
The first Britannia Row graduate to be given a contract with the company was Gonzalo Lopes, who finished his one-year term in September 2014. Since then, Lopes has worked on NFL International Series American football games and pre-game shows at Wembley Stadium, London, and with singer Tom Jones at a recent performance.
The next one-year full-timer is Jason Thomas, whose year finishes in December. Recent work for Thomas includes working on shows by Belle and Sebastian, The Maccabees and Bocelli, and at the album launch for new Pink Floyd album The Endless River. He will also be working with Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds and Florence and the Machine early next year.
Third top graduate Tim Lawson-Mole's year would have run from April 2014 to March 2015 – but he accepted a full time position in Britannia Row's operations department in May, where "he is already a very valuable member of the team".
(Pictured is Evgeny Tolmachev, the top student from the July live sound technology course, being awarded his certificate and a one-year placement with Britannia Row Productions.)
"Could you be the working at Britannia Row at the beginning of April?" asks the company, whose next live sound technology course commences on 5 January, If the answer is yes, call 0208 874 0182 or visit the Britannia Row Productions Training website.