LPW Online Workshops: Writing for Audio (4 week introductory course)

Want to write for Audio? No idea where to start? Look no further! This brand new 4-week long course run by our Literary Projects Manager George Bailey will give you the tools, techniques and knowledge to craft your own audio work. Through each session, participants will get involved with in depth discussions of the platform, exploratory exercises surrounding how to manifest ideas into a match for the medium and practical tasks which will culminate in a set of fresh off the print short radio plays. This course is designed as an introductory course which will look at the fundamentals of dramatic writing for audio, but we encourage participants of all ages and stages of career.
Dates and times: 
Session Timings: 6pm – 7.30pm  Session 1: Tuesday 22nd September, Session 2: Tuesday 29th September, Session 3: Tuesday 6th October, Session 4: Tuesday 13th October
New Course added:     Timings: 6pm – 7.30pm 
  • Monday 2nd November
  • Friday 6th November
  • Monday 9th November
  • Friday 13th November
Cost: £35 non-members/ £28 members
Deadline: FULLY BOOKED (We will run this course again later in the year, dates TBC, you can register your interest via the booking form and we will contact you once new dates are confirmed). 

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Find out more about our full programme of online workshops here.
George is a playwright, poet, dramaturg and producer. He is an alumnus of Soho Theatre, HighTide Theatre and Papatango’s respective writer development schemes as well as a graduate of Bristol Old Vic Theatre School’s MA Dramatic Writing course, taught by David Edgar. George is the Artistic Director of award-winning multi-arts company ChewBoy Productions who are an associate company of the Lion and Unicorn Theatre and Living Records Festival. Additionally, George facilitates creative writing projects and has worked in digital management for venues such as Chichester Festival Theatre. 

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