Herts Inclusive Theatre (HIT) use the arts and wellbeing practices to build confidence, develop skills and give participants and their families memorable, enjoyable life experiences where everyone is encouraged, valued, supported and has their part to play.

Led by experienced practitioners, our workshops are open to all and are especially welcoming to those with special needs. We also offer a range of family arts activities, plus bespoke projects for councils and other organisations including working with people with mental health problems, young people not in Education, Employment or Training and interactive storytelling with our Story Den sessions.

Through these activities we break down barriers about disability, encouraging participants to work together on an equal level and without prejudice.

HIT offers participants the opportunity to explore the broadest spectrum of the arts using tools to encourage wider participation in learning, community work, and future employment.

Come along to our next production “Wizard of Oz” performed by our Borehamwood Children’s and Youth Theatres on 5 February at The Pump House, Watford.

For more information visit https://hit-theatre.org.uk/whats-on/events