Writing for Audio – Developing Your Work for Pitching and Production (Next level course) 

This course is recommended as a follow on from Introduction to Writing for Audio. Find out more here. 

 

You’ve got the fundamentals of audio down. You know your sound effects from your dialogue. You know how to create interesting worlds, moments of action and are beginning to get to grips with writing exciting content for radio. So, let’s take it to the next step! 

 

In this 4 week audio course, you will have the opportunity to share extracts from your work in progress ideas, scripts and scenes and receive weekly feedback, as well as have the opportunity to work through practical exercises which will deepen you knowledge and understanding of writing for audio. Additionally, participants will have their chance to ask burning questions, gain further insight into commissioning production companies and how to pitch your play to them. This course has been designed to be a step-up from the introductory course but is still very much about development and gaining new skills. 

Cost£45 non-members/ £36 members (not a member yet? Sign up here!)

Dates and Timings: 2-hour Sessions Over 4 Weeks, 5pm – 7pm – Wednesday 17th Feb, Wednesday 24th Feb, Wednesday 3rd March, Wednesday 9th March 2021

Book here

Deadline: not applicable but places are filled on a first come first serve basis and bookings close 48 hours before the workshop begins. 

 

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. 

 

 

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