Singapore Repertory Theatre

Youth Ticket Programme

Learn to generate and shape written and physical material into a unique piece of theatre. This devising workshop allows participants to explore ways to unlock subject matter, generate potent written material with ease, develop characters and devise dynamic physical material. Participants will understand how to shape  their stories and content into a dramatic structure using objects, movement, music, pictures and words.

Learning outcomes

·      Ability to device your own piece of theatre 
·      Develop an understanding on the use of different stimuli to create your devised piece 

Date: Saturday, 6 October 2018 
Time: 3:30pm to 6:30pm (3 hours) 
Venue: The Loft, #04-03 Havelock II 
2 Havelock Road,  
Singapore 059763
Recommended For: Youths 16 -25 year olds with some training in theatre and performance 
Fees: Complimentary for Bloomberg YOUth ticket holders* and The Young Company participants

*For more information on Bloomberg YOUth ticket holders for Guards at the Taj, please click here.

Click here to book a place in the workshop. For more enquiries, please email

Singapore Repertory Theatre’s (SRT) partnership with Bloomberg Philanthropies to run the YOUth ticket programme aims to make theatre even more accessible, by offering Singaporeans aged 15 to 25 the chance to purchase $15 front-row tickets for all SRT productions. Youths were also invite to attend backstage tours, workshops and special events to give them a behind the scenes peek into the world of theatre and to engage them more.

Here’s what some of our YOUth patrons had to say about their experience at the theatre:

“The format was unlike anything I have seen before and it offered us an insight to the couple’s lives which was very intimate.” – Amy Lim (Constellations)

“I liked everything about this production – the script, the acting and the staging. I’ve always enjoyed SRT productions; I think it is the best theatre group in Singapore.” – Anonymous (Hand to God)

“Incredibly talented cast and impeccably executed production” – Natalie Lee (Forbidden City)