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.
LATEST NEWS & EVENTS
HIT are thrilled to be coming to Hertford for 10 weeks this Autumn Term. We will be delivering an inclusive drama project for adults in collaboration with Mudlarks and supported by East Herts Council. Through our partnership with Mudlarks, supporting adults with Learning Disabilities, HIT has identified a need in East Herts to address issues…
HIT are so excited to be back this Autumn with our inclusive theatre term groups. We have a mixture of online and in-person groups taking place in Hemel Hempstead, Watford, Stevenage and Harrow. Venues include; The Pump House in Watford, St Mary’s Church Hall in Hemel Hempstead, Harrow Arts Centre and the Gordan Craig Theatre…
We are reaching the end of the summer term and couldn’t be more excited to close the term with a collection of creative sharings from some of our theatre groups. A year ago, we were producing virtual theatre nights and putting together an online musical. We could only have dreamed to be where we are…
We pleased to announce our exciting programme of activities for the summer holidays! A mixture of online and in-person workshops ranging from adventure-themed activity days for children to learning the skill of puppetry for adults! All of our workshops are fully inclusive and we invite you to come and join us. Take a look at…
We are excited to share that HIT Director, Caroline Stevens has been shortlisted for the Hertfordshire Heroes Award 2020 as part of the Inspiring Hertfordshire Awards. Caroline has been the Director of HIT for over 10 years and her commitment to the organisation and more importantly the needs of our participants has always gone above and beyond; no…
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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