VOLUNTEERING AT THE CURZON
As a registered charity, we rely on the support of a team of wonderfully dedicated volunteers, from the archivers who research and catalogue our collection of cinema heritage artefacts to the ushers who greet our customers and tear their tickets every day.
With our film programme now showing up to four screenings a day, new workshops, tours and special events, and more areas open to the public, we have many exciting opportunities for volunteers.
**Unfortunately we are unable to take on any more under-18 volunteers at present due to a high intake for the Duke of Edinburgh Award.
VOLUNTEER ROLES INCLUDE
Front of House: ushers, kiosk and bar
Maintenance / DIY
Archive / Research
Front Room Cinema: ‘organiser’ and ‘helper’ roles (more info here)
We welcome volunteers of all abilities aged 14 and above, with a wide range of interests. In return, we offer full training, the chance to see our films and help ensure the continued success of this historically important cinema, and a welcoming environment.
WHAT OUR VOLUNTEERS SAY
“Volunteering at the Curzon makes me feel part of the effort to keep a functioning cinema (and developing arts centre now) in Clevedon. I enjoy the social element too.”
“It’s inspiring to work amongst so much local history. I feel very proud of the Curzon.”
“It’s great to be part of this ever-evolving organisation. So worthwhile.”
“There’s a sense of family that doesn’t exist with large chain cinemas, and it’s in a beautiful place. The building is so pretty. I sometimes forget between visits and it hits me all over again.”