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Drama Workshops

Tantrum HOMESCHOOL

Tantrum HOMESCHOOL workshops are designed specifically for homeschool families.

Held during school hours, Tantrum HOMESCHOOL drama workshops focus on creativity, wellbeing and expression. Every participant stands to grow in confidence and creativity while having fun and making new friends.

For ages 5-15.

Where and When?

Our Merewether Workshops are held at our studio at 101 City Road Merewether, NSW 2291.

Our HOMESCHOOL Workshops are held on Mondays, 10.30am-12pm.

Additional sessions may be added depending on demand.

 Tantrum Term Dates*

Term 1 2023: 6 Feb – 7 April
Term 2 2023: 1 May – 30 June
Term 3 2023: 24 July – 22 September
Term 4 2023: 16 October – 19 December

*Tantrum Term commences the second week of the school term.

How to Enrol

Enrol online for Tantrum’s weekly drama workshops through our online portal. Once you click on a workshop below you will be taken to the Tantrum Youth Arts Portal and will need to create a log in. Please get in touch if you have any difficulties creating your log in or completing an online enrolment.

Once you complete your enrolment(s) you will receive an invoice for workshop fees prior to the start of Term 1. Fees can be paid via credit/debit card and direct deposit.

Discounts and Payment Options

We accept Creative Kids Vouchers. You can redeem your voucher after you enrol. Information about how to do this is provided in your enrolment confirmation email.

We offer flexible payment plans to all families. Information on how to set up a payment plan is provided in your enrolment confirmation email.

We offer discounts for multiple siblings. 10% off for 2 siblings, 20% off for 3 siblings, 25% off for 4 siblings or more. These discounts are applied to your invoices automatically.

OPEN scholarships are available for young people experiencing disadvantage. Find out more here.

What does a Tantrum Workshop look like?

Tantrum believes that a workshop cohort should follow their own curiosity and ideas. Activities might include:

                          • drama games
                          • performance and improvisation
                          • story-telling
                          • character development
                          • writing
                          • devising scenes
                          • design
                          • …and so much more!

Workshops are delivered by experienced artists and facilitators. Our facilitators have current First Aid and Youth Mental Health First Aid training.

With a focus on creativity, wellbeing and resilience, Tantrum’s creative drama 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.

Can parents participate too?

At Tantrum we aim to create a safe, welcoming and inclusive space for young people to feel comfortable to express themselves creatively. While we don’t ordinarily invite parents to join in on the workshops, you are very welcome to stay on-site during your child’s workshop and enjoy a hot cuppa in the Tantrum Office. This will mean that you are close by if your child needs to check in with you throughout the workshop, while still giving all the young people in the workshop their own space to connect and create. Once per term we invite parents/carers into the workshop space to experience a taste of what the workshops are all about and this is a great opportunity for parents to join in if they’re keen!

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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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