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Guilt Trip

Guilt Trip



Intermission Youth Theatre’s modern re-telling of Shakespeare’s Much Ado about Nothing looks at loyalty, trust, equality, gender and respect.

Shakespeare leading the way in tackling youth crime



I am now in the second month of my post as Development Officer for the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA). My work history is richly filled with experiences of arts education, training and using theatre for positive social change but, being new to this role, it is important that I become equally knowledgeable of […]

Voices in the Dark



A unique candlelit performance at Shakespeare’s Globe from Intermission Youth Theatre, exploring Shakespeare’s voice of the past and the young voices of today.

Art for a social purpose: Art for All

Art for a social purpose: Art for All



On a baking sunlit July Friday, 50 people met in the beautiful gardens of Watts Gallery Artists’ Village to discuss the work of museums and galleries in prisons. The talking inevitably cantered over territory that questioned how the restrained and reverential nature of many museums and galleries could be relevant to the lives of people […]

Ring of Envy

Ring of Envy



As part of their 10th Anniversary Celebrations, Intermission Youth Theatre (IYT) are reviving their 2012 production, Ring of Envy.