The 10 finger theatre is an Icelandic theater company with an international artistic profile.
10 fingers started in 1995 by the theatre’s artistic director, Helga Arnalds. Helga is a writer, visual artist, a puppeteer and a performer. She studied puppet theatre at the Instituto del Teatro in Barcelona and visual Arts in the Icelandic Academy of the Arts. It was from these sources that Helga Arnalds developed her own special art form of „Visual Theatre“ over the years. Among many different distinctions for her work, Helga received one of the most distinguished prizes given for culture in Iceland the Optimism Prize 2012 for her work in children's theatre. Helga also won the 1st Prize for the best children’s performance in Iceland 2012 and in 2008 in collaboration with the National Theatre of Iceland.