The brilliant, invaluable London Playwrights Blog are running digital writing workshops over Zoom for the rest of 2020. Members pay 20% less so if you’re not signed up yet, join here!
Date: Wednesday 2 September 2020 5.30pm-7pm Cost: £10 non-members/ £8 members
This 90 minute workshop will explore inventive ways of utilising Zoom as a platform for dramatic writing; considering digital performance as a medium of it’s own. Find out more and book here.
Date: Saturday 5 September 11am-1pm Cost: £12 non-members/ £9 members
A 2 hour overview of musical theatre style and structure and how to get started! This 2 hour workshop with Emily Garside is aimed at anyone looking to make a start in musical theatre. Find out more and book here.
Date: Saturday 12 September 11am -1pm Cost: £12 non-members/ £9 members
Designed as a ‘sequel’ to the introduction to musical theatre (find out more here), but also working as a stand alone, this two hour course breaks down starting to write a musical. Find out more and book here.
Date: Tuesdays from 22nd September – 13 October 5.30pm-7pm Cost: £35 non-members/ £28 members
Want to write for Audio? No idea where to start? Look no further! This brand new 4-week long course run by our Literary Projects Manager George Bailey will give you the tools, techniques and knowledge to craft your own audio work. Find out more and book here.
Dates: Tuesday evenings for 6 weeks from 6th October, 7pm-9pm Cost: £60 non members/ £48 members
In this six week course of 2 hour sessions with Emily Garside, we will combine writing advice and exercises with talking about our own work and sharing/reading extracts (only if you want to!). Designed for anyone whatever your experience of writing! Find out more and book here.
Date: Saturday 17th, 24th October and 28 November plus individual tutorial Cost: £200 non members/ £160 members
Ever wanted the information from a practical workshop paired with individual feedback tailored especially for you? Then look no further than the Redrafting Programme which is back for its third year running. Find out more and book here.
Date: Saturday 14 November 10am-11.30am cost: £10 non-members/ £8 members
How do you pack a punch in your opening scene? How much information should you give your audience? And what does it take to hook the reader from the very first page? In this workshop, you’ll explore how to make those first few pages count. Find out more and book here.