Kings Place is a welcoming arts venue and conference destination in the heart of Kings Cross. Independently funded, Kings Place finances its artistic output through ticket sales, commercial enterprise and the hire of our spaces and facilities for rehearsals, conferences, filming and recordings.
With two world-class performance spaces, our unique programme of music, spoken word, comedy and family events is managed by the charity Kings Place Music Foundation. Audiences are our rhythm, and people connect here with their passion, no one gets lost in the crowd.
Festivals include London Podcast Festival, Jewish Book Week, London Piano Festival, Bach Weekend, Songlines Encounters and the venue’s year-long flagship series Unwrapped. Kings Place is also home to Pangolin London, London’s only commercial contemporary sculpture gallery, and Kings Place Gallery.
The award-winning building, which is also home to the Guardian newspaper, is located in the heart of King’s Cross on the Battlebridge Basin, and has its own public atrium, canal-side Rotunda Restaurant and Bar, plus the Green & Fortune Café.
Kings Place is a committed equal opportunities employer. We strive to provide our employees with a work environment free from discrimination where everyone can succeed and excel. We recognise that our organisation is enriched and strengthened by a diverse workforce and we welcome applications from everyone.
Our employees are motivated and passionate, supporting our work through their dedication to our charitable goals. We encourage personal development and training across all departments to ensure our working lives are progressive and stimulating.
Kings Place Music Foundation is always looking to recruit casual staff to work across several areas within the organisation. Casual staff will be highly motivated individuals acting as ambassadors for Kings Place, with the relevant skills and experience to provide the highest quality visitor experience for artists and members of the public. Hours are allocated as required, but not guaranteed.
We are often looking to recruit casual staff in the following areas: Front of House; Box Office; Stage Management; Technical and Stage Crew.
To apply for roles in these general areas, please send a CV and covering letter (stating which area you’re interested in) to email@example.com
KPMF offers a number of internships in various departments throughout the year and they will be advertised on this page. Each internship is created especially by the departments involved and designed to offer someone the best possible learning and development experience. As such we are unable to offer placements to individuals applying for unsolicited internships outside of these times. We welcome all applications for our advertised internships.