Playwriting for beginners - characters
5pm-7pm, UK time
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Whether you've always fancied a go at playwriting, or you just want to have a go, this course will give you a chance to try playwriting, and come away with the skills to create a character and write a short monologue for them.
It's an interactive class where we will share our work with each other, provide constructive criticism, and edit our work.
By the end of the class, you'll have a short monologue to take away with you, like a souvenir.
It might be something you keep in a diary, print out and stick on your wall, or it could even be the start of a full-length play.
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.
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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.
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