Back by popular demand! This 90 minute workshop will explore inventive ways of utilising Zoom as a platform for dramatic writing; considering digital performance as a medium of it’s own – when we ran this recently, it sold out, so we decided to run it again in October.
This one off session led by London Playwright Workshop’s Literary Projects Manager George Bailey will delve into the possibilities, limitations and provocations of crafting characters, situations and worlds in face-to-face digital theatre through group exercises and discussions. From the workshop, you will receive brand new skills and a better understanding of the potential Zoom has on offer, as well as the alternative avenues you can take when writing for the platform away from the expected mainstream.
Date: 1 October 2020 6.30pm-8pm
Cost: £10 non-members/ £8 members (not a member yet? Sign up here!)
Deadline: not applicable but places are booked on a first come first serve basis. We can’t guarantee booking forms received less than 24 hours before the workshop starts will be processed on time, so please book early!
Find out more about our full programme of online workshops here.
George is a playwright, poet, dramaturg and producer. He is an alumnus of Soho Theatre, HighTide Theatre and Papatango’s respective writer development schemes as well as a graduate of Bristol Old Vic Theatre School’s MA Dramatic Writing course, taught by David Edgar. George is the Artistic Director of award-winning multi-arts company ChewBoy Productions who are an associate company of the Lion and Unicorn Theatre and Living Records Festival. Additionally, George facilitates creative writing projects and has worked in digital management for venues such as Chichester Festival Theatre.