Writing for Performance is a beginner level ten-week course led by an experienced, professional writer and is aimed at people interested in writing for theatre, film, TV and radio.
Each class will focus on a different aspect of writing for performance, and will be made up of writing exercises, reading scenes, and sharing your work. The classes will be taught in a supportive and friendly atmosphere, helping you to build your confidence as a writer, and enabling you to find your voice.
Over the course of ten weeks, you will be introduced to structure, scenes, dialogue, and characterisation; giving you the tools you need to write your scene.
This is a popular course that requires full attendance and at the end of the 10 weeks you will have the opportunity to take part in a reading of a short scene that you have written, performed in front of an invited audience.
(Please note that this course does not cover writing for stand up or poetry).
Former students have gone on to be involved in The Everyman Writers course.
AUTUMN 2021 TERM starting September 2021:
|Group Size||TBA Dependant on social distancing guidance|
|Venue||22 Hope Street|
|COVID19 Guarantee||Please know that you are able to book with 100% confidence. If the course you book is not able to go ahead you will be contacted directly in advance with as much notice as possible. You will have flexible options to either transfer to another date or have your booking credited to your account or receive a full refund. If you are affected by Covid 19 during your course (either through illness or isolation) you will have flexible options to either transfer to another date or have your booking credited to your account or receive a full refund.|