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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.manktelow@humanities.ox.ac.uk).​