Kyron is a creative producer, director, and educator committed to harnessing the transformative potential of the arts to empower and educate communities, particularly young people. Born in Brent, he was elected to the Youth Parliament at age 13, representing Brent's young voices.
He trained as an actor at The Identity School of Acting and furthered his education in Community Arts Practice at the BRIT School, excelling with A*A*A equivalent. Kyron earned a BA (Hons) in Applied Theatre (Community and Education) from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.
His career journey has involved roles at Birmingham Rep Theatre, Beatfreeks, Brent Council, Talawa Theatre Company, and Wembley Stadium, where he managed operations for major events. As part of the London Borough of Culture 2020 program, he produced and directed a play by Professor Benjamin Zephaniah for Brent secondary schools.
Kyron has also taught Drama and English GCSE at Jewish Free School and designed creative learning programs for primary and secondary students across the country. Currently, he serves as the Youth and Pathways Manager at Kiln Theatre.