London Playwrights Workshop Feedback and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Forms

We’d really appreciate it if you could provide feedback for the workshop you attended and some information for our equal opportunities monitoring.

Your comments and information will be received anonymously and your feedback will not be used for any other purposes unless you give permission. We use the feedback provided to develop and improve our future workshops so all comments are appreciated!

Form 1. FEEDBACK 

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Form 2. EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES MONITORING

Information provided in this form is for monitoring purposes only and will remain confidential. If you do not wish to answer any of the questions, please leave them blank.
The Disability Discrimination Act defines disability as a physical or mental impairment which has substantial and long term adverse effect on the individual’s ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities.
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3 thoughts on “London Playwrights Workshop Feedback and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Forms”

  1. Writing for Audio Course has opened up my mind to new possibilities and is going to help me conquer some of the weaknesses in my writing, and continue to develop in the future.

  2. For structuring the 5 act play workshop – on November 8th – I can only echo fellow course participant Keith Orton – whose earlier public comment for another course is above. There were things I learned, things I thought I knew, things I realized I knew instinctively and needed to encode and formalize as conscious strategy; though always – Kimberley Andrews stressed – with fluidity and individual tailoring. This was a real eye-opener as to how 5 act structuring underpins works where we think we’re writing 2 acts in 38 or 18 scenes. Thank you Kimberley! I’ll be back more for more of these.

    1. Kimberley Andrews

      Thank you, Simon – your comments are much appreciated and I’m really pleased you found it useful and enjoyable!

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