Kimberley Andrews leads this intensive two-hour workshop designed to sharpen your dialogue skills! This fun, interactive session will allow you to tune your ears to natural speech patterns and explore how dialogue functions within and serves your story. You’ll learn to be a rigorous editor and to make sure every line in your play is doing its job.
Who is this for? This workshop is suitable for everyone
Requirements: No experience is necessary but you will need to bring in a short preparatory exercise which will be sent out prior to the workshop.
Date and time: Saturday 6th March 2021 at 10am-12pm Book here / running again on 15th May at 4pm Book here
Cost: £13 non-members/ £9 members (not a member yet? Sign up here!)
Deadline: not applicable but places are filled on a first come first serve basis and booking closes 48 hours before the workshop begins.
Kimberley is a playwright and dramaturg. She has had work produced at the Birmingham Rep and has developed work with Wolverhampton University, All the Rage Theatre, Luton Culture, and RADA, as well as participating in writers’ programmes at the Manchester Royal Exchange the BBC . 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.info