Support Us

Support Us

Friends of Hijinx

Hijinx Theatre is a registered charity and depends upon the financial support of individuals and businesses to allow us to continue to do what we do. Find out about how you can support our work as:

  • A Friend
  • A Corporate Friend
  • A Sponsor

Easy Fundraising

You can also support us just by doing everyday things online, and it doesn't cost you a penny! By shopping online you can raise money for Hijinx Theatre as well. Registering with Easy Fundraising means that when you shop at their partner retailers they'll make a donation to your chosen cause - Hijinx! To find out more and register, visit the Easy Fundraising website.

Used Stamp Appeal

Saving the used postage stamps from your mail is another great way of supporting us. Just cut them off the envelopes leaving a border of approximately 1/4" of paper around the stamp and when you've collected up an envelope full, send them off to:


Hijinx Theatre,
Used Stamp Appeal,
Fords Farm,
Horsey,
Norfolk,
NR29 4EP.

(Please send them to this address and not the office)


The money for the stamps will then come directly to us. They pay by weight so the more stamps sent in, the more money raised for Hijinx Theatre.

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Hijinx launch pioneering learning disabilities project in Lesotho

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.

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