Our Youth Board is for young and inspiring creatives aged between 16-26 who are interested in influencing the design of Park Theatre’s Creative Learning programme, including the classes, and learning about leadership within the arts, through opportunities for leading on projects and events for the theatre. The board members will contribute in making the building an attractive and vibrant place for young people to engage and participate in courses, projects and events and attend shows. The group meets regularly to discuss & plan their ideas.
Honor is currently studying Art, History, and Drama in her last year of A Levels. She has always loved and taken part in the arts specifically theatre and film. Honor is a member of the Youth Board at Park Theatre after having attending the core players group for a little over a year. She has attended many London based theatre groups such as YATI and PQA as well as currently completing her gold LAMDA award (Grade 8) in Drama at NLPAC. Most recently, she just completed a month internship at Rankin Studios as a learning member of the stills team. She is looking forward to getting as heavily involved with the many opportunities at Park Teatre has to offer in the future.
George is an actor from London, born and raised in Finsbury Park.
After studying Drama at Secondary School and Sixth Form he went on to study for a BA Honours in Acting at the Institute of the Arts Barcelona, graduating in 2019. Roles from college include Dorn from The Seagull and John from 13 by Mike Bartlett.
Since returning to London from studying abroad his most recent role has been Sebastian from Twelvth Night at the Arcola Theatre in Dalston.
His other interests include poetry, rock climbing, skateboarding and herpetology.
Maia has just moved back to her native London after being in Bristol for four years, where she received her degree in History from the University of Bristol. During her time there, she became a member of the National Youth Theatre and took part in their Epic Stages course. Since graduating last February, she has become heavily involved in the theatre scene in the south-west, especially the Rondo Theatre in Bath, where she appeared two shows, one of which she also produced. Now in London, Maia is a member of the Caspa Arts theatre school, and polishing her waitressing skills.
Since graduating from her Psychology and Drama degree, Chloe has been working in HR and currently works in a charity that works to help homeless young people. Having first taken an interest in acting after it helped Chloe gain confidence, Chloe has since taken a different approach considering how to get young people interested and into the theatre. Chloe feels that theatre should be accessible and available to all and hopes to use this experience at the Park Theatre to continue to help to bring young people and the community together through the medium of theatre.
Currently finishing a year of training at the Fourth Monkey Theatre Company, Marie arrived in London a year ago. After getting a BA in performing arts and studying 3 years of Dramatic Art in France, she decided to complete her training in the UK as she loves English culture and language.
She wishes to work on and back stage as she also sings, dances and recently experienced directing for the first time.
Max Millan is a performing artist that has attended the Identity School of acting since 2018. He has a great interest in Acting, Directing and Writing and has starred in many short films, one which has been screened on London Live TV in May 2019 named 'LEFT BEHIND'. Max is passionate about bringing new ideas forward to the industry and embraces creativity from all fronts. Max now pushes to increase engagement with young people and theatres, and hopes to make a great impact alongside Park theatre.
Originally from Cornwall, Liam came to London and in search for better creative opportunities - one of which was studying & gaining a HNC Level 4 in Performing Arts at City and Islington College. Another opportunity which Liam found was the Youth Board for Park Theatre. Attending the Youth Board is a great way of spending his time as he'll be studying Applied Theatre at Royal Central School of Speech & Drama this year. The work done here is about taking theatre to important places and changing it for the better, as it is very much a reflection on society and in need of that change.
Prince lives in Stamford Hill and moved from rural Italy to London aged 9. He found growing up in the countryside there very different to living in the city here.
He is currently taking a foundation year at ALRA. Prince is an actor and is very passionate about the creative arts industry, because he always has felt connected to it.
He plans to audition for drama schools and is continuously learning more about this industry and most importantly applying that knowledge to better himself. He is looking forward to being part of the Youth Board to add to his development in his career even more