Never stare at a blank page again! If you missed our sold-out workshops last year, this is your chance to get writing in an fun and supportive environment, with something to offer writers at all levels.
There’s no better way to celebrate London Writers’ Week than by putting your pen to use. This two-hour intensive workshop will get your creative juices flowing and leave you armed with a set of inspirational tools to boost your creativity when writing at home.
In this interactive workshop, London Playwrights’ Blog Co-Founders Kimberley Andrews and A.C. Smith put a digital twist on the extensive stash of practical writing exercises they’ve picked up during their lives as workshop participants, playwrights, tutors and workshop leaders.
You’ll have the chance to do some spontaneous writing, share your work with other members of the group and gain constructive feedback on your ideas.
Stick around in the bar afterwards to celebrate the end of London Writers’ Week and chat with the workshop leaders and your fellow writers!
(Also, have a look at our panel discussion just before this event, which will look at the best strategies for writers to make the most of what the digital world has to offer in creating their own work.)
Preparation: none, just bring what you need to take notes (paper/pen) – and be prepared to share your work in a group setting.
This event is for you if…
- You’re interested in finding new strategies to create your own work
- You’re curious about the new opportunities the digital world has created
- You want to get practical advice from emerging writers who are successfully self-producing
Date: Saturday 8th July 2017 from 5pm –7pm
The Tabernacle , 7 Uxbridge Road
London, W12 8LJ **Please note, there are planned closures on the Circle/ Hammersmith & City lines this weekend so do check TFL before you travel!**
Price: £5 for normal bookings – but LPB will shortly be announcing a discount code, so watch this space!
How to book: here
Check out the full London Writers’ Week listings here.
Photo courtesy of Kevin Gong via Flickr Commons CC License