Two FREE workshops to accompany the Young Writers Festival 2012
Sat 3 Mar, 2.30pm-4.30pm
Quickfire: How to write a 100 Word Play
Playwright and Royal Court resident Writing Tutor Leo Butler leads an engaging and exploratory session offering advice and practical exercises. Each participant will write a 100 word play to be displayed at the Royal Court during the festival.
Leo Butler’s plays for the Royal Court include Made of Stone, Redundant, Lucky Dog and Faces in the Crowd.
Suitable for anyone with a story to tell
Advance tickets for this workshop have now sold out.
10 places will be availble on the day, in-person from 10am.
If you wish to add yourself to the waiting list for advance tickets please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and the event in the subject bar.
Sat 17 Mar, 2.30pm-4.30pm
Make a Play: Playwriting workshop for Children
Do you have lots of stories whizzing around in your head? In this fun and interactive workshop led by playwright Nick Payne, write a short story and see it performed by professional actors. Open to all children aged 8-11, the only thing you need is imagination!
Nick Payne’s recent plays at the Royal Court are Constellations and Wanderlust. Winner of the George Devine Award in 2009, Nick is a graduate of Royal Court Young Writers Programme.
Suitable for ages 8-11
20 places available, book early
The workshops are part of the Young Writers Festival 2012.
The Young Writers Festival is supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and is in partnership with the European Commission Representation in the UK, with additional support from the Dr. Mortimer and Theresa Sackler Foundation.
The Young Writers Festival Development Phase has been supported by John Lyon’s Charity.
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Dates in March
|Sat 3 Mar 2012||2:30pm||The Wilson Studio, Royal Court Theatre||Quickfire: 100 word play|
|Sat 17 Mar 2012||2:30pm||The Wilson Studio, Royal Court Theatre||Make a Play|
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