Norwich Summer Sessions Volunteer Application Form
Be part of a summer of fun with free live music and street entertainment in Norwich!

Now in its 11th year Norwich Summer Sessions (formerly Head Out Not Home) is returning due to popular demand with a hybrid mix of Thursday evenings in July (11, 18 & 25) and Sunday afternoons in August (4, 11,18 & 25).  This staple of Norwich's summer offers an eclectic mix of established local bands, exciting regional or national acts, world renowned street theatre and up-and-coming local artists, all suitable for a family audience.  The event will take place across 5 stages in Norwich city centre, bringing a variety of incredible performances across the city including street theatre, blues, jazz, indie, rockabilly, folk and world music.  ​​

Each week there will be performances at four locations around the City Centre and we need a team of committed, enthusiastic and responsible volunteers to help us deliver them.  In return we can provide volunteers with the opportunity to meet new people, gain work and life experience, make new friends and be part of one of the headline free events in Norwich’s summer events calendar.

Volunteers for Norwich Summer Sessions must be 18+.

Deadline for applications is 9 am on Friday 28 June 2024.

GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATIONS

All information supplied is treated as confidential and will only be used by the Operations Manager to get in touch with you about volunteering and to help us with evaluation of the volunteer programme.  It will not be passed on to any third parties.  

We appreciate that this form might seem long and we really appreciate you taking the time to complete it.  The information you supply will ensure that we are able to fully support our volunteers.

NORCA's Data Protection Policy can be found on our website here: https://www.norfolkcommunityarts.org.uk/policies.
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