Highly Sprung Performance Company was formed in 2000 out of a passion to use the transformative power of physical theatre to create work that both excites and inspires children and young people. Highly Sprung Performance Company became a charity in 2018 to better support the work we do with and for children and young people.
Highly Sprung’s work places value on the genuine input and engagement of young people whilst maintaining high artistic standards and quality outcomes. Our style of performance and approach to working with children and young people is particularly effective in engaging new audiences, it develops a language which is at once universal and emotionally engaging. In participation work our approach quickly breaks down barriers and places equal responsibility and value on each individuals’ talent and contribution, regardless of their previous experience.
You can now donate to Highly Sprung Performance Company (registered charity 1178239) through our new page on Wonderful.org.
[Wonderful] believe the charities they support should receive EVERY PENNY from their fundraising efforts. We also believe that Gift Aid (a scheme enabling charities to reclaim tax on donations made by UK taxpayers) should be directed IN FULL to the charities. This is why the Wonderful Organisation does not generate profit (or even cover costs) by deducting money from fundraisers' sponsors or Gift Aid contributions.
This means that the full amount that you donate to Highly Sprung Performance Company through Wonderful.org comes straight to us, plus Gift Aid if you are a UK taxpayer! This means that thanks to your donation, we can do more of the fantastic work with and for over 10,000 children and young people each year.
You can also set up a Fundraising page if YOU would like to raise money for us too! If you have a great idea, you can set up a page on Wonderful.org and all of the money you raise comes directly to us!
Highly Sprung Performance Company are looking to expand their pool of Chaperones – can you volunteer your time?
Where a young person aged 16 or under is performing in a public performance, and are not with their parent, schoolteacher or home tutor, they must be supervised by a chaperone approved by the council. More details.
Interested? Come along to our Chaperone event on 24 January 2019, 5.30pm – 6.30pm to find out more & meet our existing chaperones!
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