Playwriting Foundation Course

4-week course

11th April - 2nd May 2021

10am-12pm, UK time

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This course is the perfect starting point for anyone who wants to write a play. 


Over this four week course we will explore the building blocks of writing drama, including structure, character, monologues, duologues, sense of place and narrative arcs. 

We'll explore the technical aspects of writing for stage (and in part, for screen) as well as the creative sides. 


By the end of the course you will have the characters, setting and narrative to write a play - the ultimate aim being that you will turn them into a full play. 


This course is suitable for anyone who enjoys writing and/or acting. 

This is a beginners course and is open to all levels. 


At the end of the course you will have the option to join our online writing club so you can  carry on writing with friends. 

Course price includes one free membership month to our Online Writing Club.

Rebecca Manning Reid

Rebecca Reid is an author of Truth Hurts, Perfect Liars and The Power of Rude.
She is also a freelance journalist, writing mostly for the Telegraph's Women's section, and a screenwriter.
She took the Bristol Old Vic playwriting course while studying English and Drama at the University of Bristol, and has taught journalism for the past five years.
Rebecca firmly believes that everyone is a writer if they want to be.

 

Our classes are designed for all levels 

You don’t need to have any acting experience to join.

You don’t need to be a native English speaker to take the classes.

(the classes will run in English though).

 

All classes run on zoom and you will be emailed a link.

Please email us with any questions:

tal@hideandseektheatre.com

Book the course

£100

Book individual sessions

£33

Theatre Gym - Acting classes in London and online

tal@hideandseektheatre.com   /   +44(0)7503816206

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