Ambassador Theatre Group
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    5,001 to 10,000
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    Catering & Food Service Contractors
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    Ambassador Theatre Group website
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Customer experience team member in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear
on 5 April 2022
Relaxed and friendly environment
Working as a customer experience team member, you do varied roles such as the bar, doors, auditorium. Best part is if you work in the auditorium you can watch the show and you also sometimes receive free tickets. Worst part is cleaning up after a show, picking up rubbish and doing toilet checks, cleaning any sick.
Deputy Chief Electrician in Glasgow, Glasgow
on 18 February 2022
A busy theatre with a lot of variety.
ATG are theatre people. There is no point having a theatre and not having shows. So the theatre is always busy with plenty of variety. Every show has its own challenges and requirements so every week (other than a 6 week panto run) is different. Work/life balance is what you make it. You don’t go into theatre expecting to have evenings and weekends off. So if you don’t mind working unsociable hours then all good.
Technician in Aylesbury
on 2 September 2021
It’s Ok.
It’s ok,It’s a job and it could always be worse,But ATG are only concerned about lining the CEO’s pockets and there is no real care for the staff :(
Supervisor/Stage Technician and Other in Glasgow, Glasgow
on 15 May 2021
Lacks commitment to its employees
Having worked there for 11 plus years in many roles I can honestly say its a thankless task, only made bearable by the lovely people actually committed to making good theatre. Long hours, but every day is different. Zero hour contracts mainly with no signs of that changing despite please from the staff. A typical day involves building a set, or preparing for an event. It's hard graft, the hardest part being when you have tyo pack everything up at the end of a run.
Front of House Assistant in Manchester
on 23 January 2021
Front of house treated like peasants
Management did not treat front of house fairly, we were not properly safe guarded in our job or supported by management. There were multiple instances where front of house were blamed for managers lack of leadership and are looked down on by supervisors and senior staff

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