Free Workshops

There are heaps of ways to step into the world of youth-led theatre, by becoming a member of one of our active youth theatre ensembles. You might already have a passion for theatre, or maybe you’re not sure and you just want to try it out. Read on to find out how you can get involved.

'Since I have been working with Western Edge I have learnt so many things – for example, to speak confidently in front of people and I have improved my English. The group provides a place where people who may be feeling alone can come together and be welcome.'

 

For more information about workshops contact Western Edge Youth Arts on 86584052.

Current Free Workshops

  • St Albans Edge – Youth Theatre Project @ STACC

    Join this free theatre project for the chance to plant your views on stage!

    Develop theatre skills, build your self confidence, meet new people and take part in creating amazing performances in your community.

    Led by professional theatre director, Penny Harpham, along with other skilled artists who will guide you through theatre devising workshops each week.

    Ages: 14-25 No experience necessary
    When: Starting Thursday 5 April 2018. 4:00pm – 6:00pm.

    Then weekly at the same time (except school holidays)

    Where: St Albans Community Centre, Princess Street, St Albans.

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  • North Geelong Edge – Youth Theatre Project at Diversitat Norlane

    North Geelong Edge is a new group of young people from different cultural backgrounds who are preparing a new street performance for Geelong After Dark in May. The work is a comedy based on folk stories from the diverse cultures of the participants.

    Led by professional theatre director, Dave Kelman, along with other skilled young emerging artists from the Geelong Edge Ensemble, who will guide you through theatre devising workshops each week. It’s also a great place to come and develop English language skills and connect with young people from other cultural communities.

    Ages: 16-25. No experience necessary
    When: Tuesdays 6:00pm – 8:00pm.

    Where: Diversitat Community Hub, Arunga Avenue Norlane

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  • Wyndham Edge – Youth Theatre Project @ Hoppers Youth Resource Centre

    A theatre group for young people living in the city of Wynhdam.  This ensemble makes high quality art that explores what it means to be young. Devise, write and perform in amazing contemporary performances.

    It’s all done through a fun and structured creative process of weekly workshops with professional artists and mentors. Step into leadership roles and share in the decision-making. Find a place for yourself and a way to tackle the big issues in your community.

    Ages: 16 – 25 no experience necessary
    When: Starting 7 February, Wednesdays 4:00pm – 6:00pm

    Where: Hoppers Crossing Youth Resource Centre, 86 Derrimut Road, Hoppers Crossing

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  • Footscray Edge – Youth theatre project at Kindred Studios

    A theatre group for young people aged 16 to 25 who live in the City of Maribyrnong. This program has recently moved from Phoenix Youth Centre. The group makes high quality art that explores what it means to be young. Devise, write and perform in amazing contemporary performances involving  different art forms and new media.

    It’s all done through a fun and structured creative process of weekly workshops with professional artists and mentors. Step into leadership roles and share in the decision-making. Find a place for yourself and a way to tackle the big issues in your community.

    Theatre leader: Penny Harpham
    Ages: 16 – 25
    When: Workshops starting Wednesday 4 April 2018. 4:30pm – 6:30pm. Then weekly at the same time (except school holidays)

    Where: Kindred Studios, 3 Harris Street, Yarraville, 3013

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