Centrestage Music Theatre has been extremely fortunate to benefit greatly from its wonderful and enthusiastic team of volunteers.

We understand the varied aspirations held by volunteers and are able to provide an assortment of volunteer roles within our purpose built facility.

Our volunteers take great pleasure and pride in their contribution to Centrestage and in return are offered a supportive and nurturing learning environment. There is no upper age limit to those who can volunteer at Centrestage. In fact, the more varied the ages, the more we can all learn together. Our youngest volunteer is currently aged 14 years.

Centrestage recognises that individual volunteers can offer different commitments as well as different skills. A simple application form and an informal interview enable us to find relevant volunteer placements which are appropriate to both the volunteer and the company. If you would be interested in any of the volunteer roles within Centrestage, or if you can offer any skills that are not shown, please either download our volunteer application form, or contact reception to request one.

A definitive list of volunteering opportunities is not possible. However, the following areas within which volunteering opportunities have been offered may be helpful:

Front of House

  • Props & Wardrobe/ Costume making
  • Hair, Wigs and Make up
  • Technical Theatre
  • Music Librarianship
  • General Volunteering

We are also happy to offer School Student Work Experience Placements and Fixed Term College/ University Training Placements. Our secondary school work experience placements are registered with the Ayrshire Chamber of Commerce.

Download the Volunteer application form

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Starlight Express

The trains are just around the corner! Get your tickets at the Centrestage Box Office, by calling 01563 551505 or online here!

Posted 28 Jul 2014

Prestigious Award

It has just been announced that the Director of Centrestage and CEO of CS Communities, Fiona McKenzie, is a finalist for the ASB National Business Awards 2014. The Awards celebrate and recognise the achievement of women working across all sector...

Posted 22 Jul 2014

Lea's Back!

Lea Gilmore is back in Kilmarnock and will be joining us for a number of Centrestage Communities Projects before performing in Umoja Gaelica on July 26th

Posted 14 Jul 2014

Sunshine Sell Out!!!

The CS Performer's production of 'Sunshine On Leith' has officially sold out over six performances!

Posted 16 Jun 2014

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