General Manager (Live Experience)

£40,000 - £42,000 pa
Permanent role based at our Selladoor office in Deptford, various central London attractions and The Path Entertainment Group offices as required.

We are looking for a proactive, organised and flexible General Manager/Line Producer to join Selladoor Worldwide looking after the performative aspects of our affiliate immersive attractions. It's an exciting time to join the team, as we embark on a new period of leadership and direction. The general management of live experiences is the most recent addition to our portfolio and we work closely with our affiliate/sister organisation The Path Entertainment Group to manage a portfolio of existing projects (Monopoly: Lifesized, Saw) and projects in development, including a major family franchise opening in central London - which will be your first project to take on.

The General Manager plays a leading role in the day to day running of all performative elements of immersive attractions, general managed by Selladoor Worldwide.  You will liaise with all attraction departments; Producers, Creatives, Casts, Technical Teams, F&B and Building Management. You will take the lead on the running of the performative element of the attractions, including finance, recruitment, contractual obligations, personnel management and the maintenance and implementation of necessary policies, in order to support the smooth running of the programme.

You will line-manage the Associate General Manager, as well as any project reports and on the ground team (Company Manager/Stage Managers). We are looking for someone who can both hold the day to day operational responsibilities of our projects, a varied workload, manage a team and respond dynamically to evolving business needs.

A full Job description can be found here

You can apply by sending a CV and cover letter outlining your suitability for the role to [email protected] Please also get in touch if you need any more information about the role.

Deadline for applications is 12 noon on Thursday 29th December 2022 - with interviews held within the next week.

Production Coordinator (Part Time)

£16,200 per annum based on 3 days/21 hours per week (£27,000 per year pro rata)

The role of the Production Coordinator is a busy and varied one, liaising with a range of people including actors, creatives, venues, technical teams, producers, external clients and in –house colleagues. You will also assist the running of our thriving rehearsal rooms. We are looking for someone who is comfortable working with a varied workload, both within a team and proactively working on their own. You will be working alongside another part time Production Coordinator, under the supervision of a Senior Production Coordinator, as well as project reports to the General Managers of Live and Production, where appropriate. You will be supporting the work of planning and delivering all shows and live experience.

For a full job description please click here

Please send a CV and a cover letter outlining your suitability for the role to Rachel Davies at [email protected] by noon on Thursday 29th December 2022.

Interviews will take place early in the new year. If you have any questions about the role in advance please contact the email address above and we will be only to happy to respond.


On behalf of The Path Entertainment Group we are seeking a Game Manager.

The Path Entertainment Group is dedicated to creating world-class experiences, bringing first class live experience makers with world class renowned brands and IP to create dynamic and enthralling location-based entertainment.

The role of Game Manager for SAW: The Experience is a key role in the operation of simultaneous game experiences. The role will be responsible for monitoring multiple automated escape rooms at once and operating the game controls and technical elements. You will work as part of a small team and together, you will be responsible for running the technical operation of the experience while it is open to the public. You may have experience in the lighting or sound department, in stage management or as a games master in an escape room setting. Most importantly, you will be computer literate and feel confident in your ability to learn a bespoke game operation software and, how to power on and off lighting and audio equipment - all training will be provided. You will be able to maintain a view on the bigger picture, manage multiple responsibilities at once and have excellent problem-solving skills. You will be working in a high-pressure, fast-paced environment and you will be required to troubleshoot problems and maintain strong communication under fast-moving, live conditions. The Game Manager will consistently monitor our customers’ progress and safety, and shape how they interact with the experience, to maximise their journey and participation. 

For more information please download a job description here

To apply please send your CV and a short covering letter with your availability, and where you saw the advertisement, to: [email protected]

We look forward to hearing from you!