Herts Inclusive Theatre offers a vibrant programme of theatre activities, creative projects and exciting performance opportunities for children young people and adults. Our weekly drama workshops are designed to engage, stimulate and spark the imagination, whilst at the same time offering a safe and welcoming environment to learn new skills, make new friends and have lots of fun! A HIT workshop is an exploration of all things theatre, and an opportunity to learn all about: movement, singing, character building, mime, poetry, specialist mask work plus lots more!
We also work in partnership with schools, local councils and leading high street brands to deliver a range of drama and arts based activities. Recent projects include specialist arts and crafts sessions (John Lewis) children's story-time sessions (Harris & Hoole)
Theatre for everybody
Our inclusive ethos means we are open to everybody! We do not audition and welcome anyone who wishes to partake. We strongly believe that theatre should be accessible to everyone and as such are extremely proud to welcome those who are often excluded from mainstream opportunities.
Exciting Performance Venues
HIT prides itself on its reputation within the local community and as such has fantastic relationships with established arts venues across SW Hertfordshire. The majority of our workshops take place at some of the county's most creative and exciting performance spaces, meaning our children and young people experience all the fun of a real life Theatre! Current Venues include: The James Theatre (Watford) Watersmeet (Rickmansworth) and The Ark Theatre (Borehamwood).
Did you know?
Herts Inclusive Theatre is a registered charity and our extensive programme of work is only made possible by the kind support of grant-giving organisations, sponsors and donations from the public. Find out how you can help.