Kiln Theatre has remained committed to the Kiln Theatre’s Young Company during lock down, enabling young people to share their thoughts and emotions during the COVID-19 pandemic. In place of the annual showcase in the theatre, the 19-25 Young Company have devised a virtual sharing of their work-in-progress, Honeymoon, to explore the absurdity, difficulty and beauty of our current existence.

Artistic Director Indhu Rubasingham said today, “This is our first ever live digital performance and we hope you will be able to join us as we make Kiln Theatre history! We are so proud to showcase the achievements, talent and creativity of young Londoners during this turbulent time.”

Jenny Batt, Kiln Theatre’s Head of Creative Engagement added, “Honeymoon is a result of the extraordinary creativity, determination and hard work of the young artists in Kiln Young Company. It’s a privilege to collaborate with them in this moment and to share this work in progress.”

Kiln Theatre presents
Young Company (19-25) | Work-in-Progress, Online Sharing (via Zoom)
Saturday 25 July 2020 2pm and 6pm

In 2016 the United States Department of Health and Human Services commissioned the ‘Phases of Disaster’ report to show how individuals and communities are affected during uncertain times. Regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently experiencing the ‘Honeymoon’ phase.

So, for how long will this ‘Honeymoon’ last? And how might we help and support eachother to begin the journey to ‘Recovery’?

Cast: Alice, Alina, Caz, Hope, Jonny, Li Sa, Lou, Maryam, Michael, Oliver, Rishi, Sam, Sarel, Steph
Directors: Chris Sivertsen & Katie Greenall

Places are limited, to reserve a place visit:
Duration: 60 minutes

Kiln Theatre would like to thank those who have supported the youth theatres and young companies this year:
John Lyon's Charity
Wellington Management UK Foundation
Ironmongers' Company
Noël Coward Foundation
BBC Children in Need
John Thaw Foundation
29th May 1961 Charitable Trust
Vanderbilt Family Foundation