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.


Heart of HIT Awards 2019

On Sunday the 30th of June 2019 we held our fifth annual Heart of HIT Awards. The event was held at Vicarage Football Stadium in Watford and celebrated the achievements of all 90 of our participants from the past year. We were delighted to be joined by over 100 guests for the afternoon of which…

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HIT Presents The Greatest Showcase!

On the 25th of May HIT held a production titled The Greatest Showcase at Elstree Studios in Borehamwood. The event showcased the talents of all our 8 theatre groups and took a look back at plays performed throughout the past 10 years at Herts Inclusive Theatre such as Cinderella, Peter Pan and HIT Rocks. It…

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HIT receives £3000 grant from All Aboard!

This February HIT was awarded a £3,000 grant from All Aboard towards our Showcase in May. All Aboard Charity Shops are an organisation who support local charities through the funds raised at their charity shops. We were very grateful to receive such a fantastic amount of money after applying to for a grant this year.…

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HIT Be Yoga Workshop – a mindful and relaxing two hours for children

Our third HIT Be Yoga Workshop ran this February half term at Feel Hot Yoga and Wellbeing Cafe in Watford. The workshop was for 4 – 10 year olds of all abilities and used breathing techniques, mindfulness games, movement and yoga poses. The aim of the workshop is to improve children’s relaxation, focus and concentration…

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Film Making Workshop was a HIT!

During the February half term, we held a Film Making Skills Workshop for young people aged 10 years old and above at The Theatre at West Herts College in Watford. The workshop, held on the 19th of February and run by Workshop Leaders Rosie and Ross, was very popular with participants from our weekly theatre…

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Hemel Hempstead Lions Club donates £500 to HIT!

We were very grateful to be donated £500 by Hemel Hempstead Lions Club this February. We were presented with the cheque at our Hemel Children’#s and Youth Theatre’s production of Cinderella on the 9th of February. Donations like this make such a difference and means our charity can continue to put on these productions, giving…

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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 admin@hit-theatre.org.uk


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