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Next stage for charity theatre


A new Hygiene Room is the latest upgrade for the Head2Head charity, as it turns an old milking barn into an accessible theatre, creating imaginative ways to make theatre and film accessible for everyone.
Funded with a £15,000 grant from Wooden Spoon Surrey, the new facilities will be a great asset for local and visiting wheelchair users. Head2Head’s founder, Anni Rhodes-Steere, said:

“This is a huge milestone in the barn’s refurbishment. Our community is keen to use the barn as a safe hub, providing social events, fitness classes, workshops, a café and a free lending library.”

The theatre charity, in Oxted, engages young people’s imagination, creating shows that are inclusive, immersive, interactive. Anni continues:

“The charity will use the theatre space to film online shows for schools and communities, and to give live performances for disabled children and their families in Surrey.”

To mark the opening of the new Hygiene Room, representatives from Wooden Spoon, students from The Orpheus Centre, volunteers, actors, and the local community gathered as former Lions player, Rob Henderson, unveiled a plaque