(02) 4929 7279

Youth Arts in the Hunter for over 40 Years
Make Noise. Make Connections. Make Change.

Tantrum Transformed

Drama + Performance Workshops

Tantrum is the leading youth arts organisation in the Hunter with over 40 years of experience. As a registered charity and not-for-profit, we're focused on inclusion and social impact, providing opportunities for young people to gain the skills and confidence to make noise, make connections and make change.

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Over 40 Years experience delivering
workshops for young people
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2 Workshop Facilitators in every workshop
providing strong ratios and additional support
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Workshop Facilitators that are highly skilled, practicing artists
with WWCC screening, Child-Safe Training and WHS compliance
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Registered Charity (and Not-For-Profit)
with a focus on social impact and inclusion
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Experts in creating original, youth-led
and community-engaged collaborative theatre
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On-site workshops consistently rated
above 9/10 by participants and families
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An inclusive space for every young person,
especially those who feel like they're not heard
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Tantrum’s weekly afternoon workshops invite young people from diverse backgrounds with unique interests to come as they are. Some love drama and performance and want to pursue a professional career. Some consider themselves artistic in a different way while others don’t at all. Every young person stands to grow in confidence and creativity while having fun and making new friends at the same time!

As vehicles for following their own curiosity and ideas, participants will explore;

  • drama
  • performance
  • theatre-making
  • story-telling
  • improvisation
  • character development
  • writing
  • devising
  • design
  • plus much more!

Our experienced Workshop Facilitators are also practicing artists and respond to each groups’ interests and abilities to get the most out of each workshop. And with two facilitators in all workshops in Term 1*, we’re making sure that every young person receives additional support and encouragement.

With a focus on creativity, wellbeing and resilience, Tantrum’s afternoon workshops are designed to empower young people with the skills and confidence to solve problems, collaborate, trust in their strengths and make their voices heard.

* Where ratios are less than 1:4, there will be only one facilitator.

Tantrum is also a Registered Creative Kids Provider.
You can redeem your $100 Creative Kids voucher towards any of our workshops.

Tantrum Youth Arts is a child-safe environment.
View our policies and documents

Term 1 2021

Term 1 2021 Workshops run from 1 February – 31 March on-site in our COVID-safe Studio space at Tantrum
(101 City Road, Merewether with access and parking via Allworth Street).

Please Note: Tantrum will continue to follow and respond to government health advice at all times. In the instance that the Tantrum site is forced to close, all workshops and activities will immediately move to online delivery. No refunds or credits will be given except in the event of workshops being cancelled.
We will continue to offer our Tantrum OPEN Scholarship program for young people facing disadvantage.

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Contact / Location

Contact Info

(02) 4929 7279
101 City Rd, Merewether NSW Australia
(Access and parking via Allworth St)
info@tantrum.org.au
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