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
Herts Inclusive Theatre had 30 days to raise money for our adult theatre group Acting Up to put on an all inclusive performance of Hairspray the musical in Spring 2020! By providing the adults with the opportunity to take part in the workshops, rehearsals and the final performance it helps to give them life skills…
We were honoured to be nominated for this year’s Chairman’s Culture Award at the Audentior Awards, and even more delighted to win it!It was a fantastic evening spent with some brilliant local charities and organisations in Watford which we were proud to be part of. HIT’s Director, Caroline Stevens, collected the awards on HIT’s behalf…
This October, Herts Inclusive Theatre were one of three charities chosen by The Funding Network to pitch for funds at their annual fundraising event. We presented to a room full of local businesses and potential donors to raise money for our charity. We were delighted to be donated an amazing £4,450 altogether!
Pete Bryans, a volunteer for HIT’s Hemel Childrens and Youth Theatres, took part in an Ultra Duathlon on the 8th of September to raise funds for our charity. The fundraiser included running a half marathon, a 77k cycle and a 10K run back-to-back. Pete finished the Duathlon in under 6 hours and raised an amazing…
After a fun filled summer of holiday activities, our weekly theatre groups are back for their autumn term! Our new Lead Project Facilitator for our Childrens and Youth Theatres, Rosie Cosgrove, is excited to welcome back participants from the summer term and meet new participants joining us! “It has been a fantastic start to the Autumn term…
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