Writing your own Monologue: Zoom Workshop with Lily Bevan

A fun two evening workshop designed to help you create a unique monologue for performance. Nov 23/ 24 6-8pm. Run by Lily Bevan (BBC Radio 4)

About this Event

Are you an actor or writer (or anyone else who fancies it) who’d like to write your very own brand new dramatic or comedic monologue (that could suit you to perform if that’s your thing)? Experience not necessary. Weird and wonderful welcome.

These monologues could be useful for your auditions, showcases or writing samples.

Split over two evenings the same small group will have two two-hour sessions, and some homework, culminating in a group sharing of new monologues. (The group size is very limited to ensure everyone has focused feedback.) From how to find unusual characters and points of view, through story, transitions, tone, jokes, starts and endings and delivery this workshop will unlock your special inner voices. But not in a scary way. We will create characters which suit you and are engaging and distinct.

The goal of the workshop is to create a new monologue, to be part of a positive group creative process and to gain tools to carry on writing.

Please be prepared to do some short homework between sessions. Also to do some reading out loud of your own & others work – and to share constructive and positive feedback.

LILY BEVAN

Check out Lily Bevan’s co-written monologue series with Sally Phillips ‘Talking to Strangers’ on BBC Radio 4, cast includes Emma Thompson, Olivia Coleman, Jessica Hynes: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b070pf9k

Lily is a writer and actor, she trained at RADA. Recent acting work includes: ‘As You Like It’, ‘Dr Faustus’ and ‘Three Minutes to Midnight’ (Globe Theatre – Winter Season & Summer Season) and Lily wrote and performed new play ‘The French Welcome – a feminine response to Dr Faustus’ also for the Globe Theatre 2019. Lily is currently participating in the Channel 4/Sonia Friedman playwriting scheme 2019/20.

Lily’s previous writing work includes: ‘Zoo’ Vault/Assembly Festivals (Published alongside 12 monologues for women by Nick Hern), ‘Bride’ Old Vic Connect, ‘Talking to Strangers’ & ‘Dances with Dogs’ (co-written with Sally Phillips, Leicester Square Theatre/Orange Tree/Soho Theatre & BBC Radio 4 series), ‘Pheasant Plucker’ (Underbelly/Bush Theatre, published by Samuel French), ‘The Guide’ (Screenplay, co-written with Emma Thompson), ‘Mock Tudor’ (Pleasance/Theatre 503) ‘Café Red’ (Trafalgar Studios), ‘Stephen & The Sexy Partridge’ (co-written with Finnian O’Neill, Trafalgar Studios), ‘Who Am I’ (Theatre 503), ‘The People of the Town’ ‘Bunker’ (RADA), ‘Avocado’ (co-written with Bekah Brunstetter, Kings Head/Playwrights Horizons NYC), ‘A Stab In The Dark’ (Kings Head), ‘In Seine’ (Winner – Monmartre Dionysia, Paris) & ‘Trump’s Women’ (RADA/Zedel).

Acting credits include: ‘A Voyage Round My Father’ (Donmar Warehouse/Wyndham’s Theatre), ‘Kindertransport’ (Shared Experience), ‘The Hypochondriac’ & ‘The Miser’ Belgrade Coventry and ‘Silent Witness’, ‘Dr Who’ & ‘Sweet Revenge’ (BBC), ‘Rumpole & The Reign of Terror’ BBC Radio 4, ‘Skin Deep’ Armando Ionucci for Audible.

Lily has attended Ecole Phillipe Gaulier, The Royal Court Young Writers Programme and The Bush Emerging Writers Group and was short listed for the Funny Women Awards. Lily is represented by Laura Rourke at Independent Talent Group.

Website: www.lilybevan.com

Published monologues/plays:

https://www.nickhernbooks.co.uk/zoo-and-twelve-comic-monologues-for-women

https://www.concordtheatricals.co.uk/p/62073/pheasant-plucker

Date And Time

Mon, Nov 23, 2020, 6:00 PM –

Tue, Nov 24, 2020, 8:00 PM GMT

Cost: £43.71

How to book: here

Source: direct contact

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