Herts Inclusive Theatre

Herts Inclusive Theatre (HIT) use the arts and well-being practices to build confidence and develop skills in a safe space where everyone is encouraged, valued and supported.

We achieve our aim by providing regular drama activities and performance opportunities for children, young people and adults. Using a wide range of inclusive theatre practices, we encourage and nurture people of all abilities to reach their full potential.

This Autumn Term, we are providing online and venue based activities for our adult participants.

Our venue based drama sessions will happen every Thursday at Harrow Arts Centre. This will be our first face-to-face adult sessions since March. These sessions explore a range of drama activities from improvisation to character building. All adhering to government guidelines and social distancing measures.

We will also be providing two online sessions a week via Zoom. One will be drama focused and the other will be a Yoga session which will include, strengthening exercises, chair yoga and breathing exercises. All of our sessions are fully inclusive and we particularly welcome those with a special need or disability.


Below is our virtual marketplace. Our festival partners have put together some helpful resources and content for you to mark World Mental Health Day. Please take some time to explore their pages by clicking on the logos below.