We are currently looking to recruit a new member for our Youth Board. Find out more and apply here.


Our Youth Board is for creatives aged 18-30 who are interested in arts leadership. Youth Board members meet regularly with members of Park’s senior team, to hear about and feed into discussions about Park Theatre’s strategy and development.

Meet the Youth Board

Max McMillan

Max McMillan Ngwenya is an Actor, Writer and Creative Artist. He has performed at Stratford East Theatre in the production of Dungeness and Bush Theatre as part of their young company; as well as various film productions such as Christmas Time and The Fantastical Millipede. Max is passionate about bringing new ideas forward in the industry which has thus lead him into writing, he wrote, produced and starred in the Sci-fi/drama Horizon, which is currently going around the film festival circuit, and is working on his debut theatre play titled ’I’m The One’ which he hopes ignites new and exciting conversations to the public.


Ra’eesah is a multi-disciplinary creative (namely an actor, singer and writer) and facilitator. She also performs spoken word poetry as a form of creative self-expression.  She has spent many years working directly with young people to aid their personal development and also created opportunities for people from all walks of life to come together in a creative space, learn something new and have fun at the same time.  Ra’eesah has joined Park Theatre’s youth board to contribute to the ongoing conversation of what young people want, and will benefit from, when engaging with theatres and cultural organisations. She hopes that with this informed insight it will help bring new ideas and opportunities into fruition within Park’s programming.

Pia Richards

Pia Richards is a theatre maker, occasional performer, disability and youth arts advocate. Pia gained a lot of her experience as a young person participating and performing with Company Three and eventually going on to work at Company Three and the Barbican Centre. Since she has worked in various support roles working with theatre writers and doing Access Support work with disabled artists helping to dissemble barriers that make working in the arts difficult. She has also been working as an Assistant Director on Juniper and Jules- Soho Theatre & FAUN- Cardboard Citizens production. She is looking forward to help inform decisions made by the Park Theatre.

Georgia Choudhuri

Georgia is the Culture Coordinator at the National Theatre, focusing on inclusion, access and welfare. Her previous work has spanned multiple large scale Learning projects, such as NT Connections, the national Hamlet tour to primary schools, and GCSE & A-Level student conferences. She is also a very occasional performer, facilitator, writer and presenter, with recent presenting highlights including events at the Royal Opera House and Duke of York’s Theatre. Georgia’s background in performance, and training at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, has fuelled her commitment to accessible and positive youth and community theatre experiences; ensuring that young people can engage with theatre in a safe and joyful way. Following a year with Mousetrap Theatre Projects’ Youth Forum, Georgia is thrilled to be joining the Park Youth Board to continue to support creative engagement work at the heart of communities.

Kerry Hunt

Kerry is the Education and Partnerships Producer at Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch, an Assistant Project Manager at Young People in the Arts and Producer at Stage 3 Theatre Company (an associate company of People’s Palace Projects). Originally from Norfolk, Kerry studied Drama at Queen Mary University of London and has since worked in learning teams at The Barbican and Norwich Theatre. She is passionate about working with young people and communities and is looking forward to supporting the Creative Learning team at Park Theatre.

Joseph Winer

Joseph is a producer, director and drama facilitator from Hertfordshire. He has recently made work for VAULT Festival, King’s Head Theatre, Watford Palace, Arcola, and Katzpace. He also delivers Drama and Healthy Relationships workshops in schools, youth group and community settings around London. His work often engages with queerness, climate, and community. He is also a recent alumnus of Soho Theatre Writers’ Lab, Artistic Director of PackPack Theatre Company, and currently works in the producing team at the Unicorn Theatre.