Tickets are now on sale for National Theatre Wales and Hijinx Unity Festival’s Mission Control - a brand-new production to be staged in the heart of the Welsh capital, at one of Wales’ greatest landmarks, the Principality Stadium.read more
Cardiff-based inclusive theatre company Hijinx has announced its new CEO today. From October Sarah Horner, currently Head of Marketing and Communications for BBC National Orchestra of Wales, will take the helm at Hijinx.read more
A rare chance to see Hijinx’s five star ‘Meet Fred’ in the UK, 26 - 28 Sept 2019.read more
A FILM celebrating 100 Years of Learning Disability Nursing (LDN) has been launched at an event at the University of South Wales (USW).read more
Congrautlations Jon!read more
Hijinx scooped three awards on Thursday 21 March ending a highly successful 2018-19 season with a bang.read more
This Christmas join Hijinx’s community theatre group, Odyssey, as they follow Hansel and Gedeon on their adventure through the Grimms’ Wood.read more
Seven new guidelines on the casting of actors with learning and developmental disabilities for film and TV in productions worldwide have been proposed and backed by senior screen industry representatives and politicians in Wales today.read more
Cardiff University School of Medicine has been named Admiral Business of the Year at the Arts & Business Cymru Awards for the innovative way it uses the arts to improve healthcare for people with learning disabilities.read more
An initiative that will see staff at Cardiff Airport being trained by actors with learning disabilities to help improve their communications skills is the 100th project to benefit from a funding injection by Arts & Business (A&B) Cymru’s CultureStep programme.
Award-winning theatre company, Hijinx, took a group of learning disabled actors and staff to tour the landlocked country of Lesotho from 10-25 of February, with a performance project called Able to Act.
Award-winning theatre company, Hijinx, is taking a group of learning disabled actors and staff to tour the landlocked country of Lesotho from 10-25 of February, in a ground-breaking performance project called Able to Act.read more