Earlier this year I ran a number of online workshops for The Swan Theatre, looking at some of the most popular genres in writing. Now, I'm excited to launch another series! Starting in late November and carrying on into 2021, this new series will look at the nuts and bolts of writing, and the programme looks a little like this:
"Is there such thing as writer's block?" (Sunday, November 29)
"Planning, plotting, and pulling things together" (Sunday, December 13)
"Creating characters to carry a story" (Sunday, January 3)
"The Writing Life According To..." (Sunday, January 17)
All of these workshops will run from 11:00am, and last approximately one hour. The Zoom room will be open for entry from 10:50am, to allow from a prompt start.
The workshops cost £3 to attend and tickets can be bought now through the Worcester Rep website.
If you're looking for a little advice on the business side of writing, then you might be interested in a bonus workshop that I'm running for Tortive Theatre next month as well.
On December 5 I'll be running a "Marking Your Writing and Yourself" workshop, to talk you through how to make yourself even more attractive as a writing product. The workshop will also include information on building a social media profile, and learning to engage with digital communities.
This online workshop starts at 11:00am (and will last just over an hour), and it's £3 to purchase a ticket. However, if you sign up as a member to the Tortive Theatre website (which gives you access to all sorts of other creative wonders) then the workshop is completely free. You can find more information about that on the Tortive website just here.
If you have any questions about the planned workshops then please don't hesitate to contact me, or either of the represented organisations.