Artist opportunities

Check-out our current opportunities for artists including commissions, facilitator and mentoring roles, callouts and ways we can support work in development.

Top image shows Belarus Free Theatre’s Tomorrow I Was Always A lion. Photo Marilyn Kingwill.

Deptford Live! Callout

A large crowd of people on Giffin Square, outside a large gold building; Deptford Lounge.

Giffin Square outside Deptford Lounge.

Deptford Live! is your chance to take centre stage, share a skill and meet other creative people.

Sign up for a slot to perform, share a skill or run a workshop in advance. The only requirement is that you share a creative activity that people of all ages can enjoy! You can also sign-up on the day on a first come, first served basis. Slots are for a minimum of 15 minutes.

Visit the Get Involved page using this link to find out more. 

Artist Advice Surgery

A young, black man stands on stage in front of a microphone with a screen behind with writing on it.

Photo shows Benin City’s Last Night (courtesy of nabokov). Photo: Alecsandra Raluca Dragoi

If you’re creating your first project/show, or you’re trying something new and need some help or advice, we offer a FREE artist advice surgery for artists.

These are currently on hiatus due to changes in the programming team but you can still get in touch – use this link to visit our Artistic Policy page for more information.


AZ Hub

We host regular editions of The AZ Hub at the Albany. It is a social space for QTIPOC* by QTIPOC for workshops, screenings, art display, discussion, performance, information sharing and general chilling!

You don’t need to participate in order to be in the space. The only requirements are that you’re QTIPOC, respectful of others using the space and that you book your advance free ticket to reserve your spot. Tickets are free but advance booking via the event page at this link is essential.

*QTIPOC stands for Queer Trans Intersex People of Colour


Albany Transparency Project

Image of the main theatre at the Albany, the seats and balcony viewed from the stage.

The Albany theatre. Photo David Grandorge.

We are making 5 commitments to artists, and would love you to join the conversation. Read more about our intentions here.