An Audience with Mark Rylance & Intermission Youth Theatre
Tuesday 22nd May, 6.30-8.30pm at Two Temple Place, London WC2R 3DB
Join us for a special evening with our Patron Mark Rylance and members of Intermission as we celebrate our Youth Theatre’s 10th anniversary.
The benefit event will take place in the intimate and prestigious Two Temple Place on London’s Embankment, thanks to the generosity of The Bulldog Trust.
The evening will begin with a champagne reception, followed by An Audience with Mark Rylance & Intermission, to mark the work of our Youth Theatre over the past decade.
Your support will directly benefit Intermission Youth Theatre in helping to raise the aspirations, self-belief and opportunities for 16-25 year olds from London’s inner-city communities who are at risk, at risk of offending or are economically disadvantaged.
7pm An Audience with Mark Rylance & Intermission
Post-event Champagne & Canapés
*Maximum order of 10 tickets per person/organisation
Booking form below
“Please come and help me celebrate and support these wonderful young people. They have never ceased to delight and amaze me.” Mark Rylance
The Transformative Power of Theatre & Screen
7pm, Wednesday 16th May at St Saviour’s Church, Walton Place, London SW3 1SA
The arts have been used in many different ways within prison rehabilitation, therapy, ministry, outreach and the political arena.
Join us for a special Inter-Connect Panel discussion featuring:
- Dr Tim McInerny – a strong advocate for using art and creative therapies as an integral part of a patient’s recovery
- David Neita – lawyer, poet and one of the most engaging and informative social justice practitioners in London
- Darren Raymond – Artistic Director of Intermission and an inspiring example of the transformative power of theatre & Shakespeare
Ring of Envy: 6th-30th June 2018
7.30pm, Wednesdays to Saturdays, at St Saviour’s Church, Walton Place, London SW3 1SA
This modern re-telling of Shakespeare’s Othello is being revived as part of Intermission Youth Theatre’s 10th anniversary celebrations.
Exploring the themes of jealousy, manipulation and revenge, Ring of Envy tells the story of Othello, a highly esteemed boxer at ‘The Ring Youth Club’. The Championships are fast approaching and Othello chooses Michael Cassio – over his ambitious best friend Iago – to be his corner man. This sends Iago into a rage of jealousy. And so begins an evil and malicious campaign against Othello which leads to tragic ends.
For the first time, the cast will be made up of existing Youth Theatre members and graduates.
Naomie Harris - new Patron at Intermission
We are thrilled that award-winning actress Naomie Harris has become a Patron of Intermission, alongside Oscar-winning actor Mark Rylance.
Naomie, who played Eve Moneypenny in the James Bond films Skyfall and Spectre and received critical acclaim for her performance in last year’s film Moonlight, was blown away by IYT’s production of Double Trouble!
“I think the work Intermission does is phenomenal and I am so impressed by the amount of talent and commitment from the members,” she said.
Our Artistic Director Darren Raymond says, “We are thrilled that Naomie is supporting us in this, our tenth anniversary of IYT. She is a fantastic role model, offering inspiration to our young people.”
Double Trouble: IYT's production 2017
“Inspiring“ “Insightful production“ “One of the best Youth Theatre shows I’ve seen“
“Intermission Youth Theatre has done it again. Double Trouble is a brilliant, hilarious, imaginative adaptation of Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors. I think you will love it.” Mark Rylance
Just some of the audience reaction from the 2017 IYT production Double Trouble.
Intermission Youth Theatre partners with the Royal Shakespeare Company
Our friends at The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) have chosen us to be their London based theatre for their exciting Associate Schools Programme. The ASP is the RSC’s long-term partnership programme with schools, communities and theatres across England, helping teachers and young people experience, engage with and take ownership of the work of Shakespeare.