Students aged 8 – 17 can enjoy a fun filled spring school holiday learning and socialising. The Australian Shakespeare Company actors, directors and educators offer drama workshops based on Shakespeare’s classic: Macbeth, giving young people the opportunity to build their own unique stepping stones to self-confidence.


“Double, double, toil and trouble; fire burn, and cauldron bubble.”

Macbeth, Act 4, Scene 1.

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Upcoming Workshops

School Holiday 4
For Ages 8 – 12


Focus on Macbeth

Monday 30th September – Saturday 6th October 2019

Following on from last terms workshop: Kings and Rogues, which focused on Henry IVWarriors and Witches will focus on Macbeth. Participants will become warriors mentally and physically through working on scenes of the play and a series of drama games, clowning, commedia dell’arte and improvisation. They will also have the opportunity to make their own witch or goblin in a puppet making workshop and the week will culminate in a live showcase for family and friends at 11am on Saturday 6th October.


Location: The Greek Centre, Melbourne

Cost: $450


For Ages 12-17

Skill Based Workshops 

Monday 23rd September – 10am to 4pm

Tuesday 24th September – 10am to 4pm

Wednesday 25th September – 10am to 4pm

Thursday 26th September – 10am to 4pm


We are holding a series of specialised skills based workshops for 12-17 year olds. More details to follow.


Venue: The Glasshouse – The Hub, Docklands

Cost: $100 per day or $360 for all 4 days.


Getting signed up is super easy, for new or returning students!

Simply click the button for which ever applies to you and off you go!

You should hear from our office a few weeks prior to the workshops. You can always give us a call on 03 8676 7511.

New Student


I just love the language. I also love learning about the plays and having to learn lines. The tutors just make it so fun!”


Darcy – Aged 11

The plays are so different. Some are a bit the same, but each one is so unique. I love that the language is so different to now days. It’s so good to know why it’s important.


Daniel – Aged 10

I love the big range Shakespeare has! Comedies! Tragedies! These classes keep life in the plays and makes Shakespeare really fun!”


Fleur – Aged 11