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
Hijinx will be closed for the festive period. Here are the key dates that our projects re-start in the New Year.read more
Hijinx would like to say a huge thank you to our new supporters Paul Hamlyn Foundation. PHF have kindly issued us a grant of £60,000 over two years as one of their Explore and Test Grants.read more
Our inclusive youth group, Telemachus, are in with a chance of funding from the Aviva Community Fund but to secure it we need your help.read more
Hijinx spent two days at Wicked Wales International Youth Film Festival, seeing Hijinx Academy North and South actors participation in inclusive workshops with pupils of Ysgol Tir Morfa, led by Tom Barrance from Learn About Film.read more
Johnny Dawson, our new fundraising intern, has been writing about his first week at Hijinx.read more
Rehearsals have begun for Telemachus' debut performance, Stay Down.read more
Academy West’s Playback Theatre tutor, Rose Thorn, attended the Playback Theatre Leadership course in Brazil earlier this year.read more
Chris Vick has been speaking to Radio Cardiff about her much missed son and Hijinx actor, Martin Vick.read more
On 4 July, Ben Pettitt-Wade, Dan McGowan and Richard Newnham attended On the Verge Conference in Birmingham.read more