Role: Bar and Floor Staff

Location: The Royal Court Theatre, London (with some requirement to work additional shifts at other venues associated with Royal Court Theatre productions
Salary: £13.15 plus a share of service charge that is paid to the team.


An exciting opportunity has arisen for team members to join the Royal Court Theatre, for the summer season, as Bar & Floor staff. You will provide a welcoming and efficient environment and the highest standards of service to the guests of our catering outlets. Court in the Square is our outdoor restaurant space with 75 seats which operates at a fast pace during the spring and summer. The indoor Bar & Kitchen is mainly visited by theatre audiences but also welcomes Court in the Square visitors on colder days.

Our bar and floor team members work across all venues and disciplines. We invite people with specific skillsets to apply for the role as we use people’s strengths in determining shift allocation. We also offer additional training to those seeking to gain new skills in hospitality.

Bar & floor staff supports the efficient provision of food and drink to all visitors and theatre patrons, maximising sales and ensuring all health, safety, hygiene and licensing regulations are met.

You work closely with the Bar and Restaurant Manager, Bar & Floor Supervisors and Head of Operations and Sustainability.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Previous bar or waiting/floor experience
  • high standard of customer care
  • excellent interpersonal skills
  • the ability to use your initiative and prioritise tasks
  • Accurate cash-handling skills

Further details of the role can be found in the job pack. If you are interested in this role, please review the job description and send your cover letter and CV to by no later than 14th April 2024. Please address how you meet the criteria set out above within your cover letter. To note, we will be shortlisting applications on a rolling basis, and reserve the right to close the role early.

To note, your application can also be sent through in the form of a voice note, or PowerPoint presentation (no more than five slides).