LPB Summer Sessions: How to write a monologue (online workshop)

We’ve all seen the competitions asking for monologues but how do you know what to submit? In this session, we’ll explore what makes a great monologue, work through some inspirational exercises and get you writing some submission worthy speeches this summer!

When: available from Friday 17 August 2018

Who’s it for? all levels, including beginners

How to participate: the workshops will be exclusively available for our members. If you’re not a member yet, read more here and you can sign up for around the price of a coffee per month.

To access the workshops, members simply need to visit the members site on or after the dates published below. The workshops will remain live during August and beyond – so don’t worry if you’re taking a break over the summer, you can pick them up whenever is convenient for you.

Cost: included in monthly subscription (£3.63 per month)

Deadline: not applicable 

Source: LPB

2 thoughts on “LPB Summer Sessions: How to write a monologue (online workshop)”

  1. Jane Sunderland

    Looking forward to insights into this question: in a one-woman/man play, should the speaker ideally be talking to an evident someone? Is this the same for a monologue within a longer play?

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