Theater & Music

Our international Theater & Music internships are hands-on roles, enabling you to learn about marketing, production and publication of the Arts.

The music business is one of the most exciting out there. Our international music internships enable you to gain real-world experience with both household name record labels and up-and-coming, boutique labels. The music internships that we provide span all sectors of the industry including public relations, record label marketing, sound design and music production.

We offer internship opportunities with high-quality theaters around the world to allow you to immerse yourself in the creative world, both on and off stage. In this famously competitive industry, an international internship is essential for gap year students, college students, recent grads and career changers looking to differentiate themselves from their peers.

Succeeding in the creative industry of theater and music requires an ability to think outside the box. It’s about ideas and passion. Research has shown that students who study or intern abroad are more creative because of their multicultural experience.

We offer highly valuable theater and music internships in London, Dublin, Spain, United States, Asia, Australia and Latin America, which will accelerate your creativity, boost your career development and offer you invaluable networking opportunities. Your job prospects will multiply after completing a theater and music industry internship.

Responsibilities may include:

  • Talent scouting and artist management
  • Creating promotional materials for merchandising, publishing and outreach
  • Setting up performance venues and assisting behind the scenes with set changes





Interns have previously been placed with:

  • Hummingbird Music- based in Hong Kong
  • Riverman Management- based in London
  • The London Theatre: New Cross- based in London
  • CAK Entertainment- based in New York


Chloe studies drama at the University of California, Irvine and interned at a community-based theater in Canary Wharf, London. Her daily roles varied from working in marketing, to writing press releases and teaching.


"Living and interning in London has taught me that I'm a very adaptable person who really wants to travel. I've decided that I really want to join a touring company and travel around the world."