Our new season of Drama Workshops are now open for registration! Workshops begin from Friday, April 5th onwards.

About the Programme
We offer a weekly drama programme for children aged 4 and above at The Substation, 45 Armenian Street on Friday afternoons.

Faust’s Drama programme aims to provide a fun-filled learning environment for children to develop greater self-confidence, teamwork and drama skills. Through fun and laughter, we offer a colourful approach to learning, igniting imagination and encouraging students to surpass expectations. Our team-building focused workshops aims to gently boost your child’s confidence and help them thrive in an English speaking, group environment.

With our qualified and experienced leaders, unrivalled resources, great facilities and years of experience we offer the best of drama and theatrical education. Through our programme, students will learn new and exciting skills and acquire theatre knowledge to help them develop to be confident, skillful young performers for the stage and beyond!

Term 1 Workshops will begin from Friday, April 5th and runs until June 14th. Term 2 will run from August 16th to October 25th.

Age Group 4 to 6
Time 5pm to 6pm on Fridays
Venue 45 Armenian Street
Singapore 179936
Date Term 1 [10 sessions]
April 5th, 12th, 26th
May 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st
June 7th, 14th

Term 2 [10 sessions]
August 16th, 23rd, 30th
September 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th
October 11th, 18th, 25th
Fees $430.00 for Term 1
$860.00 for Terms 1 and 2
Click here to register online for our Faust Youth Theatre Workshops!

Curious about drama and Faust? Newcomers aged 4 and above are welcome to join us for a trial session on the 28th June for $10. This is the perfect opportunity for those who are curious about drama to experience the fun and action that goes on in our workshops.

If you would like to arrange a trial, please email us at or call 6235 3582.

Please see below for an overview of the content for each term.

Term 1
In this workshop, students will be introduced to the magical world of theatre. What are the different parts of a stage? What does “take the stage” mean? What is a director? What is a cue? We will explore step-by-step how a Youth Theatre group will bring their favourite stories to life on stage.

Term 2
Students will learn useful ways to interpret a script as a performer. Working in groups, they will be exploring scene work and choral speaking. We will also do more ensemble related work that will help develop their movement work for larger scale scenes. Students will demonstrate what they have learnt at an end-of-term open session for family members and friends.

If you have any questions about our drama programme, please email us at or call 6235 3582.