Writing for the Stage Workshop, 19 Oct and 23 Nov
2 October 2019
Public Engagement - opportunity Public Engagement - training
Interested in writing for the stage and working with young people?
TORCH is collaborating with Pop Up Projects and local youth groups to deliver two one-day workshops for young people. Led by Sudha Bhuchar, an experienced actor, playwright and artistic director, your role will be to work with the attendees and help them to produce a short piece of writing for the stage based on, or in response to, their own life experiences.
Saturday 19th October and/or Saturday 23rd November, 10.00 - 15.30
Open to research and taught students from all departments, faculties and schools
This is a fantastic opportunity to develop your own stage writing skills and gain experience working with a professional practitioner and with young people in the arts.
The workshop on Saturday 19th October will take place in Radcliffe Humanities; the workshop on 23rd November will be in Bicester. Lunch will be provided and any travel costs reimbursed. You’re welcome to sign up to one or both workshops.
If you’d like to sign up, or have any questions, please contact Dr Hannah Coleman Manktelow (Hannah.firstname.lastname@example.org).
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