Help your children learn and grow with theatre
Wit Kids is a weekly drama program for children aged 5-12 years. The children learn improvisation, mime, theatre sports and play drama games. In term four there’s a performance for family and friends that includes all students.
Apply for Wit Kids weekly classes 2019
Classes run weekly during school term, at the following times:
Juniors (5 to 8 years old) 4.00pm to 5.00pm
Seniors (9 to 12 years old) 5.10pm to 6.10pm
Thanks to the generous support of Braybrook Community Hub and EM Frick Foundation, these classes are available at the heavily discounted rate of $40 per child, per term.
You can secure your child's place in Wit Kids for the entire year with a single payment of $160.
Locations and days
Monday or Tuesday
Braybrook Community Hub
107-139 Churchill Ave
Braybrook VIC 3019
Maribyrnong Community Centre
9 Randall Street
Maribyrnong VIC 3032
Why is drama important?
Drama has loads of benefits for children. Not only does it improve literacy and concentration, but it also builds confidence, communication and social skills/networks. Drama is an important emotional and creative outlet and the bonus is, it’s tons of fun!
Benefits of Drama
Self confidence, Imagination, Empathy, Cooperation, Concentration, Communication, Problem solving, Quick thinking, Emotional outlet, Relaxation, Self-discipline, Trust, Physical fitness, Memory, Social awareness, Friendships, Aesthetic appreciation.
Communication and Resilience
Developing communication, resilience and social skills through drama builds foundations for a more cohesive city, supporting children as they grow into contributing adults.
Through mime, improvisation and games, children develop the art of creating and storytelling, and aesthetic appreciation. Audience members discover the joy of live theatre and grow an appreciation for the creation of art.
About our teacher
Wit Kids is led and taught by our Artistic Director, Belinda Campbell. Belinda has completed a Bachelor of Performing Arts at the National Academy of Singing and Dramatic Art (NASDA), an ATCL and LTCL in Performing Speech and Drama through Trinity College London and has studied at numerous acting studios. She taught Melton City Council’s Children's Drama Workshops from 2014 to 2016.
She has created numerous scripts for children to perform, as well as children's theatre scripts. Her plays, Fairy Tale News and A Hero's Guide to Saving the Planet are published by Australian Plays Online, and I Am A Monster was shortlisted for the NZ Playmarket Plays for the Young Compe
This program is made possible through a partnership with Braybrook Community Hub and financial support from the E.M. Frick Foundation.