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Our acclaimed production of Brainstorm goes to the National Theatre. Click the image for more information.


Brainstorm goes on sale

Brainstorm in development at the NT StudioWe're delighted to announce that Brainstorm has formally gone on sale at the Park Theatre.

Brainstorm is being created by ICT's Artistic Director, Ned Glasier, Emily Lim and the company - a fearless collective of ten young people drawn from across our projects.

The show will run from 8-11 January.  We have been supported in developing it by the Wellcome Trust and the National Theatre Studio.

Click here to find out more.


We're recruiting

We're recruiting for a new full time post at ICT and on the hunt for new directors to help us develop our work.

The ICT Company Stage Manager is a new full time role with broad responsibility for overseeing the stage management and company management of all our shows and projects.  They will be in charge of the pastoral welfare of our young people and will help ensure that our shows are delivered to the highest possible production standards.

Applications for the role are currently open - the closing date for applications is Friday 21 November 2014.

Meanwhile, we are also looking for new directors to help us develop some of our smaller scale projects in 2015.  

Go to Work With Us page for more information.


ICT's viral sensations

Two ICT members have gone viral this week with separate outspoken performances.

Sile Edwards' questioning of Nick Clegg on BBC show Free Speech was viewed more than 25,000 times and shared by more than 1,300 people on facebook within a day of being posted.

And Georgia Sawyer's film of ICT member Doyin Ajiboye's heartfelt plea not to be judged by her postcode, 'Tottenham Material', won the What I See Short Film competition.