Tue 30 March | 6.20 – 8pm | Age 16+ | Tutor Ann Grant
Using short writing exercises we’ll explore dialogue, making characters sound realistic and different from each other. Whether you’re writing a script, novel or short story these exercises will bring even more life to your characters and give them something to say.
You will need access to the internet and Zoom. The Zoom link, meeting ID and passcode will be on your e-ticket, this will be emailed to you after booking. The room will open at 6.20pm for a 6.30pm start.
What do I need to bring?
Pen and paper or you can write onto the device you are using.
Are there any additional costs?
About the tutor
Ann Grant is a writer based in Kendal. She’s known for writing poetry, drama and song lyrics. Her drama scripts have been performed for BBC Radio Cumbria Shakespeare season, The Dukes, The Ashton Group Theatre Factory, Paines Plough, Brewery Youth Arts and Alligators. She’s the host of Verbalise monthly spoken word open mic at the Brewery, currently on Zoom.FAQs
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