Singapore Repertory Theatre to hold 4-day youth event; features performances, workshops, panel discussions

Early bird tickets are available until Apr 17.

Chloe Tham

Published: 13 April 2023, 2:16 PM

A theatre event for youths offering performances, workshops and panel discussions will take place from May 11 to 14 at KC Arts Centre.

The inaugural event, named Theatre360, is organised by the Singapore Repertory Theatre (SRT). The event is split into three segments – Perform360, Train360 and Career360.

As part of Perform360, seasoned and up-and-coming actors will put together three different shows. Standard ticket prices are priced at $17 for each show.

Train360 offers multiple workshops such as public speaking, stage combat and theatre make-up for those looking to refine their craft with industry professionals. The workshops are ticketed and prices start at $16.50.

The Career360 will feature hour-long panel discussions to discuss topics such as pursuing a theatre career as a young person in Singapore. Entry to each panel discussion are priced at $5.

Early bird tickets are currently available at a 10 per cent discount for each activity at Theatre360 until Apr 17.


A performance of Shakespeare in the Park, presented by Singapore Repertory Theatre. Visitors can expect to learn how to recreate these make-up looks at the Train360 workshops. PHOTO CREDIT: SINGAPORE REPERTORY THEATRE


According to SRT, the objective of the event is to change the belief that pursuing theatre is not a viable career option and to encourage aspiring artists to hone their skills.

Managing director of SRT, Charlotte Nors, states that Theatre360 will serve as the starting point for young people to gain valuable tools to be the artist that they aspire to be, with support from theatre veterans. 

All programmes are catered to youths aged 13 to 21. Youths may also sign up to volunteer as a Youth Ambassador for this event.

Tickets are required for entry into any activity at the event. Theatre bundle discounts for workshops are available on SRT’s Theatre360 website.

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