In this six week course of 2 hour sessions with Emily Garside, we will combine writing advice and exercises with talking about our own work and sharing/reading extracts (only if you want to!). Designed for anyone whatever your experience of writing- whether you’ve never written a play or you’ve written 10 and just want a way to focus your work. Using a combination of writing tasks, mini talks on writing and a chance to share work and discuss the projects we’re working on, this is designed as a collaborative but informative space for writers to find two hours a week to focus on their work whether they have a current project in mind, or are
just looking to kick start creativity.
Who’s it for: everyone! All levels welcome!
Dates: Saturday 13th March 2021, 2pm – 4pm for 6 weeks.
Cost: £63 non members/ £48 members (not a member yet? Sign up here!)
Deadline: not applicable but places are booked on a first come first serve basis and bookings close 48 before the workshop starts.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries!
Find out more about our full programme of online workshops here.
Emily Garside is a playwright, dramaturg and academic and by day Arts Marketeer! A specialist in Musical theatre from an academic point of view, her PhD looked at the history of musical theatre and she has since worked on history and analysis of musicals for various publications. Emily is also a dramaturg who has worked on a variety of projects both plays and musical theatre. As Chair of the board for Taking Flight theatre Emily also has expertise in accessible/inclusive theatre an integrated BSL/Captioning. A graduate of RADA and University of Nottingham. She has produced work with Clock Tower Theatre, Freerayne Productions, Dirty Protest Theatre and The Other Room. And her play Don’t Send Flowers has toured to Cardiff, Wolverhampton and Manchester. Emily works regularly with The Arena Theatre Wolverhampton and is a writer for the 14/48 theatre festival there. She has taught Theatre at Cardiff Metropolitan University, the University of South Wales and Wolverhampton University.