Making Theatre Accessible To All

Head2Head Sensory Theatre is a registered special needs and disability theatre charity based in Oxted, Surrey.

Making Theatre Accessible To All

Head2Head Sensory Theatre is a registered special needs and disability theatre charity based in Oxted, Surrey.

families & community

We love working with children and their families or carers, with amazing tailor-made experiences accessible for everyone.

Schools & Home Education

Our unique range of sensory experiences can be used for educational purposes or just for a real treat.


By giving a bit of your time to H2H you will meet lots of new people who are ‘heart and soul’ devoted to this project.


Help fundraise for our disabilities theatre charity. Whether you are a business, club or family, there are many ways you can get involved in fundraising to support the work we do.


Whatever you can offer will be put to good use in our volunteer-led charity, where every penny is spent on improving the lives of children and young people with special needs and disabilities.


Buy tickets to our latest shows or browse Head2Head accessories, sensory books and more in our online shop…

  • Accessible drama workshops for February half term in Oxted. Have fun, make friends and learn new skills in a friendly and accessible space. Limited spaces for ages 5+ to 16+.


  • Join our travelling sensory storyteller and wise old Owl (puppet) as they take you on a journey through some of the lesser-known Grimms' Fairy Tales. Events in Sussex, Hampshire and South London. Just £3 per child (admits one accompanying adult free). Suitable for ages 2- 12.


WATCH Sensory Squad’s new Episode

Join Sensory Squad as they explore the dinosaur statues at Crystal Palace Park. Guided by an expert from the Friends of Crystal Palace Dinosaurs the squad learn amazing – and fun – facts about the dinosaur statues.

We know so much about dinosaurs from fossils so join Sensory Squad as they find out how fossils are made and even have a go at making their own!

They are joined by the fossil hunter, Mary Anning, who shows us how to dig for fossils. Mary Anning discovered the first complete plesiosaur skeleton in 1823, over 200 years ago!

Our new episode is packed – once again – with fun songs, Makaton signing, crafts, sensory activities and much, much more. Get your Sensory Squad rucksacks ready to join in with the fun at home or pack them ready to go and explore the Dinosaurs at Crystal Palace Park yourself – after you’ve watched, A Dinosaur Tour!

It’s not always easy trying something new so join John, Rei & Erica and be part of the crew. Get your Sensory Squad rucksacks ready to explore, have fun and don’t forget to play! Each episode includes instructions on how to join in with the use of the Sensory Squad rucksack – a sack filled with fun, sensory items, which families and teachers can put together.

Want to buy one of our Sensory Squad Rucksacks? Head over to our shop page.

“It was outstanding. The way the actors fully engaged the entire audience – PMLD, verbal, non-verbal, wheelchair user or hyperactive, all of them, was great. Seeing both of my sons (who have very different needs) engaging and enjoying themselves in their own way was fantastic. To hear their giggles, see smiles and peals of laughter as one hit Captain Hook on the bottom with a toy sword will be a treasured memory! Thank you for providing this short break activity. It remains the highlight of each holiday and is still the ONLY activity we do in which BOTH of my SEN children are fully included and enjoy themselves. You are a credit to the SEN community. Thank you.”


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School & Family Reviews

“All of the children absolutely LOVED the day and the Pantomimes! Some of our children have never experienced anything like that before so it was amazing to see them interacting and some even taking part in this sensory show.

We will be recommending to all who ask! Many thanks again”

(Papillon House School) Special School

“A wonderful interactive experience. Students were able to freely explore. All the students were acknowledged, and the leaders knew how to interact with them. We all felt that you interacted and managed our students beautifully. Thank you!

We will be booking again soon!”

“Thank-you so much for such a wonderful day; all the students had a wonderful time and the feedback has been so positive. It was really lovely to see all the students so engaged and focused and reacting so well to the story and props.”

(Treloar School & College for Disabled Young People)

“My son has a short attention span usually but was fully engaged in this throughout as they gave him a role to play and improvised around him. We hope it didn’t impinge on anyone else’s enjoyment. They were all laughing as well so we really relaxed and enjoyed it instead of being stressed by trying to make him conform his behaviour.”