Neon Dance offer paid Media Internships to young people between the ages of 18-24.

 

Selected through an open call process, our Media Interns work alongside Neon's Artistic Director Adrienne Hart and are mentored by Float PR founder Sofia Ilyas.
 

What we offer

Since 2016 we have invited a creative self-starter aged 18 - 24 and based in the Southwest (UK), to record and describe Neon’s latest work on their own terms. We offer half a day mentoring with Float PR’s Sofia Ilyas; a bespoke framework of support and company access.

A call out for our 2018 media internship will be released soon but in the meantime,
find out about our past interns and what they’re up to now…


 

Daniel Broadbent

Bournemouth

Our Interns

Internship: 2016

Daniel became Neon’s first paid media intern in 2016 and supported the company during
the preview touring of ‘Empathy’. 

Daniel is currently Program Coordinator at Adelaide Fringe in Australia.

Despite not coming from a dance background myself, I was entranced by the whole thing from start to finish. I was also fortunate enough to be invited behind the scenes during the earlier stages of rehearsals and found myself immersed in this fantastic display of ‘neon’ lasers and dance which reflects upon the term empathy and how our human condition is influenced to respond to others.”
— Daniel Broadbent
 
Lucy Corley

Lucy Corley

Exeter

Internship: 2017

Lucy created original content about Neon Dance company’s touring production ‘Empathy’ for a range of publications including Rife Magazine in Bristol, The Red Line in Brighton and Creative Bath.

Lucy is currently Web and Digital Communications Assistant at University of Exeter.

I have learned a huge amount from the internship and gained a range of new skills: from the mentorship of Sofia Ilyas of Float PR, I learned how to pitch ideas to magazine editors and other potential partners, to help generate publicity for a production or event. I also gained an excellent insight into the planning and decision-making processes involved in running and publicising an arts event.

— Lucy Corley