Shakespeare to keep offenders off the streets

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Shakespeare to keep offenders off the streets

The Intermission Youth Theatre in Knightsbridge works to create productions that will engage young people in the capital at risk of offending, or who lack opportunity.

Their latest show, is inspired by Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, and tells the story of a city school teacher struggling with a rowdy class.

We went to meet some of the actors, and the play's writer. 

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