LPW Members: Online Workshop – The Re-drafting Toolkit

So, you’ve finished your play, but now what?  You need to re-draft it but where do you begin?

Whether it’s picking apart your plot, sharpening your dialogue or getting your script submission ready, The Re-drafting Toolkit will provide you with the essentials you need to tackle those editing problems.

In ten weekly installments, Kimberley Andrews will guide you through the common challenges writers face when re-drafting and allow you to write the very best version of your play!

How it works: Each week, a new installment of the course will be uploaded to our members website. Sessions might include a video or an exercise, along with tips to support you through the re-drafting process.

The first installment will be available on Thursday 24 May 2018 and a new session will be released every Thursday for 10 weeks. However, the course will stay up on our website, so you can work through it at your own pace if you prefer.

How to sign up: Members will be able to access the course simply by logging into the members site on 23 May.  Not a member yet? Well, if you want a jump start for your writing for the price of a cup of coffee, what are you waiting for? Sign up here today! (Want more reasons to join and a bit more info? Read this).

Kimberley Andrews is a playwright who has an MA in Text & Performance Studies from RADA/ Kings College London. She’s had work performed at the Birmingham Rep, Rich Mix Studios, Luton Library Theatre, The Arena Theatre, and has experience in self-producing on the London fringe. She currently works as a playwriting dissertation tutor at RADA and a freelance script consultant. As co-founder of London Playwrights’ Blog & Workshop, Kimberley is the Head of Writer Development, where she combines her passion for working with new writers with her own experience as a writer to create resources for emerging playwrights. 


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