At least 50% of theatre is visual but playwrights are seldom considered to write the visuals so much as the words actors speak. In Oliver Emanuel’s career he has written a play without words. He has written for puppets. When he writes radio drama, he is always thinking about what the audience will see.
Using his own work and practice as a starting point, Oliver will discuss what it is to write for the stage and radio, about how story can be carried visually, and about what it is like to see a 10-foot dragon come to life.
Date: 12 March 2019
Location: The Gladstone’s Library Gladstone’s Library
Church Lane, Hawarden, Flintshire, CH5 3DF
Cost: Tickets are priced at £15 or £25.95 with dinner (a copy of The 306: Day included).
Deadline: none applicable