Tuesday 25 August, 4:30pm - 5:30pm
For ages 15 - 25 only
As part of the Futures Unlocked digital programme, ages 15-25 can take part in a practical workshop with a professional artist, exploring arts careers.
In this final workshop, join theatremaker Tim Crouch for a short, sweet and practical introduction to writing for theatre.
You’ll put pen to paper and play with what makes good dramatic writing - particularly when thinking about solo shows.
You don’t need to be an experienced writer to think about what performers need, what audiences want and what words can do. All you need to bring is something to write with and on.
Zoom Link rather than Ticket
Please Note: this event is held online over Zoom. After booking your place, you will not require a physical ticket and will be sent a Zoom link, meeting ID and password an hour before the workshop via email.
This information will be sent to the email address on the account used when booking this event, if you have any questions or accessibility requests please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Extremely limited availability - book early to secure your place.
BSL interpretation for this workshop is available on request.
A limited number of places will be held for each Zoom workshop for anyone requiring BSL interpretation, and these can be requested in advance of booking opening.
To book a place which requires BSL interpretation, please email email@example.com by 5pm on Friday 21 August.
About Tim Crouch
Tim Crouch is a playwright, a director, a theatre producer and an actor. He’s done most things necessary to support a career in the performing arts. He has a degree in drama, he’s run a theatre company, he’s taught, volunteered, stage managed, driven the van, focussed the lights. He’s also been a motorcycle messenger, a fish delivery man and a tele-sales failure.
His plays have won awards and been performed in many countries around the world. He is a highly experienced solo performer. Recently, he created and co-wrote the series Don’t Forget the Driver for the BBC.