Digital Content Producer (Videography)





Location: The Royal Court Theatre, London

Contract: Part time/Permanent (3.5 days per week)

Salary: £38,000 (gross) per year (£26,600 per year for 3.5 days per week)


The Royal Court Theatre has an exciting opportunity for someone to join the team as a permanent Digital Content Producer (Videography).


This new role will lead on recording, editing and distributing the Royal Court Theatre’s digital output – creating innovative, dynamic and on-trend video and other digital content for use across Royal Court social media platforms, in-house channels and third for third-party distribution.


From ideation to delivery, you will find creative ways to communicate the Royal Court’s message to key audiences by producing content in a range of different formats. This new role presents an exciting opportunity for an individual or business to develop a video-based storytelling strategy for the Royal Court, working on-site with the wider Marketing and Communications department to drive sales and engage more audiences in more aspects of the Royal Court’s offer.


The successful candidate will have:

  • Demonstrable experience recording and editing short and medium length videos and an understanding of how to use/manage a two-camera and hand held set-up.
  • Demonstrable experience creating engaging social media content and promotional material in a creative context
  • Knowledge of the current digital landscape, emerging and best performing trends, new edit styles and use of trending audio, specifically on TikTok and Instagram Reels.
  • Ability to self-organise the scheduling, scripting/storyboarding, recording/shooting, editing and production of video content.


Further details of the role can be found in the job pack, above. If you are interested in this role, please review the job description and email a CV and Cover Letter (no more than two pages of A4) in attached files to by no later than Sunday 21st July 2024. Please address how you meet the criteria set out above within your application. The covering letter should clearly address the key criteria outlined in the job advert, and should include links to samples and/or a portfolio of relevant digital content.


Please note: First round interviews will take place on Thursday 25th July 2024 (zoom and in person options available).


To note, your application can also be sent through in the form of a voice note, or PowerPoint presentation (no more than five slides). Should there be a more accessible format for your application to be received, please contact the recruitment inbox


The Royal Court Theatre operates the Disability Confident scheme, which means you are guaranteed to be shortlisted to the next stage if you meet the minimum criteria. Please clearly outline in your email if you would like to be considered under this scheme.


If you have any questions about the role, please do not hesitate to contact the recruitment inbox ahead of the closing date.