Is structuring a play really as daunting as it’s made out to be? Is the five act structure the enemy of the free-thinking playwright? Should we map out the structure of a play before writing it?
All too often, we see structure as a challenge which stands in our way but what if we could use knowledge of the 5 Act Structure to guide us in developing stories and help us to focus our writing? In this two hour workshop, Kimberley Andrews will provide an in depth exploration of the building blocks of structure and help you to discover the advantages of using this when writing a play.
Date: Saturday 7 November 2020 3pm-5pm
Location: online via Zoom
Cost: £12 non members/ £9 members
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Deadline: 26 September 2020, but places are allocated on a first come first serve basis
Find out more about our full programme of online workshops here.
Kimberley is a playwright and dramaturg. She has had work produced at the Birmingham Rep and has developed work with the Manchester Royal Exchange, Wolverhampton University, All the Rage Theatre, Luton Culture, and RADA . She has also written and produced comedy sketch shows on the London Fringe. As a dramaturg, she has worked on short films for BBC ideas, tutored playwriting MA students at RADA, and works as a freelance script consultant. As well as managing the organisational side of London Playwrights’ Workshop, Kimberley focuses on Writer Development, creating content and resources for emerging writers, and leading workshops. Website: kimberleyandrews.me