Inter-Action was founded in 1968 by the American playwright and producer Ed Berman, MBE. Based in Kentish Town, London, Inter-Action was an umbrella organisation established to explore new forms of creative, learning and participatory programmes for inner city communities. During this early period the organisation created a wide range of community and self-help projects such as city farms as well as several different professional theatre companies. These included the Ambiance Lunch Hour Theatre club and the Almost Free Theatre.


Bakerloo Line10/04/1972
11 Josephine House22/11/1972


Title Year Publisher NT Library
Martin Banham, ed. The Cambridge Guide To Theatre 1998 Cambridge University Press No
Sally Mackey, ed. Practical Theatre: A post-16 approach 1997 Stanley Thornes Publishers Ltd No