A MESSAGE FROM HERTS INCLUSIVE THEATRE
UPDATE ON 16TH JULY 2020:
Due to the current global pandemic, we are continuing to run our online activities live via Zoom. We have just launched our Online Activities for the Summer holidays - please visit our Events/Activities page for all the info. As well as these, we are running live YouTube sessions every Saturday at 10am, run by our fabulous workshop practitioner, Rosie Cosgrove.
We are also providing online content on our social media pages and YouTube channel for people to enjoy, run by some of our fabulous workshop facilitators. These include, relaxation stories, drama games and more! Our links to access these are below.
We are also running a monthly event; 'Virtual Theatre Evening', happening every last Monday of the month on Zoom - please see events/activities page for all the info.
We would like to thank you for all the support we have received so far and we are working hard to get our summer activities up and running in the future! Please continue to support us in anyway you can.
Any donation would be hugely appreciated to help keep this charity going and it would mean the world to us to receive anything, big or small - everything counts.
Please visit our crowdfunder page now to donate here
Or donate via our Virgin Giving page here
In the meantime, please follow us on social media for daily content and updates!
Check out this message of support from actor, Adrian Scarborough:
a stage for everyone
We believe that everyone should have opportunities to enhance their lives through creative and educational activities in environments that are positive and welcoming to all, regardless of people’s background or abilities.
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Volunteers are extremely important to our charity. Without them it would be difficult to provide the activities for children, young people and adults that we do, as well as run the charity itself.
Mostly we require volunteers to help with productions but there are many ways you can help e.g. costume making, administration, fundraising.
If you would like to enquire about volunteering for HIT please contact us at email@example.com
All donations help towards:
• Enabling us to expand our program of work within the local SW Hertfordshire community
• Encouraging people of all backgrounds and ages to enjoy the performing arts and engage with inclusive theatre
• Ensuring accessible and creative spaces and venues for all our children and young people
• Ensuring HIT sessions are kept to a fixed and affordable amount for parents/carers on lower incomes