Hijinx Residencies

Upcoming Residency with Frantic Assembly

Mon 19 June - Sat 1 July 2017

Would you like the chance to train with the renowned Movement Directors of  'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time'?

Find out more and apply now for the Frantic Assembly Residency

Hijinx Residencies are a fantastic opportunity to learn from some of the most well respected theatre companies working in the UK today. Sharing their expertise over week-long workshops, companies such as Complicite, Frantic Assembly, Punchdrunk, SpymonkeyCardboard Citizens, Told by an Idiot and Ockham's Razor will help you develop performance skills including clowning, contact improvisation, devising and aerial work. Courses start from just £100 for a week.

Working inclusively

If you have never worked alongside learning disabled performers Hijinx Residencies are a fantastic opportunity to do so. A number of places at each course will be allocated to students from the Hijinx Academy, our advanced drama training course for talented learning disabled actors. Come ready to work in a lively, empowering and massively enjoyable environment.


Previous residencies:

Told by an Idiot: June 2016

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World renowned theatre company Told by an Idiot took charge of a 2 week long residency to create 'Cabaret of Blood' for performance at the 2016 Hijiinx Unity Festival, Wales Millennium Centre 29 & 30 June 2016.


Spymonkey: November 2015

The "reigning monarchs of physical comedy" Spymonkey returned to deliver two five-day training workshops in North and South Wales.

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