National Youth Theatre present the world-premiere of
By Asif Khan
Directed by Iqbal Khan
A world premiere by award-winning Bradford born playwright and actor Asif Khan, imaginatively directed by National Theatre and RSC director Iqbal Khan.
Imaam Imraan is a compelling and comic new drama following the story of a Bradford born actor returning to his roots to rediscover his identity. Asif Khan’s 2017 debut COMBUSTION was nominated for OffWestEnd’s Best New Play award and Best Writer in the Stage Debut awards. In 2018 he won the Channel 4 Playwright’s Scheme award and in 2017 he was named on the 2017 BBC New Talent Hotlist.
Following the success of The Reluctant Fundamentalist in 2018, the National Youth Theatre return to the Bradford Literature Festival with a cast made up of Britain’s most exciting young talent.
Working Backstage In Theatre, Free Workshop
Aged 11-25? Get involved in a free Working Backstage in Theatre workshop from the National Youth Theatre.
Want to find out more about exploring a career in theatre/entertainment behind the scenes? Interested in learning what the different positions on a production team do? From Lighting, to Stage Management, to Sound, to Production...
Led by NYT's Production Manager, Jack, with input from other members of the production team of Imaam Imraan. This workshop is open to everyone. No experience necessary!
Composer and Sound Designer
Jack Greenyer and Jack Boissieux for Infinity Technical
Assistant Director and Movement Director
Head of Costume
Company Stage Manager
Stage Management Team
Alia Aslam Anshula Bain
Charlotte Chimuanya Dan Furlonger
Ross Graham Qasim Mahmood
Alexander Makar Ella McCallum
Jay Oplin Molly Ehrenberg-Peters
National Youth Theatre would like to thank Amal (a Saïd Foundation programme) for their support of this production
Amal – ‘hope’ in Arabic – is a programme of the Saïd Foundation making grants in the UK in support of a rich diversity of arts projects and activities. It aims to increase understanding of Britain’s Muslim communities and to foster a stronger sense of belonging in the UK among its Muslim communities. Amal believes that engagement in arts and cultural activity broadens horizons and forges common ground within and between communities.