National Theatre- FREE COURSE 16 – 21 Writing for Theatre

Free

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Course dates:
Weds 11 Nov 5-7pm
Weds 18 Nov 5-7pm
Weds 25 Nov 5-7pm
Weds 2 Dec 5-7pm
Weds 9 Dec 5-7pm
Weds 13 Jan 5-7pm
Weds 20 Jan 5-7pm
Weds 27 Jan 5-7pm
Weds 3 Feb 5-7pm
Weds 10 March 5-7pm

 

Whether you’re totally new to playwriting or have many drafts in your drawer, this course will help you sharpen your ideas and turn them into theatre.

In this online course you will develop the practical tools and skills to write your play, supported by playwright Guleraana Mir. Through writing exercises, games and creative tasks you will find out how to create structure, character and drama.

Additionally you will also be supported throughout the course by a playwright/mentor who will run smaller group sessions where you can read your work out loud, receive feedback and put your skills into practice.

As part of this course you will also watch a recording of a National Theatre production.

 

Deadline 

Sunday 25 October. 

This year they have many fewer places available on the Young People’s Programme, and so are furthering their commitment to diversity and access by concentrating recruitment in three areas that we recognise have been most affected by the events of this year: young people of colour, young people from working class backgrounds and young people with disabilities.  If you have any questions about the application process or access needs please email youth@nationaltheatre.org.uk.

 

Guleraana is an award-winning writer, theatre maker, and one half of female-focused theatre company The Thelmas. She is passionate about telling authentic stories that celebrate, not stereotype. Guleraana regularly facilitates playwriting masterclasses in schools, community groups, and for emerging writers. She was leader of VAULT Festival’s New Writing Programme in 2020.

Writing credits include: Santi & Naz VAULT Festival 2020, The Bigger Picture (audio) as part of Decolonising History 2019, commissioned by Tamasha and SOAS, University of London, We’re Just Getting Started Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester 2019, Make Noise (audio) as part of Forgotten Women 2018, Mano’s Mulberry School & RichMix 2018, and Coconut Ovalhouse and national tour 2018.

 

https://nationaltheatre.org.uk/content/16-21-writing-theatre

Published on:
28 Sep 2020

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