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Quedgeley Library – Word Wizards

Quedgeley Library Bristol Road, Quedgeley, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom

Become a Word Wizard! An encouraging group to help improve your child’s confidence and their public speaking skills as well as developing their use of language and writing skills. Please book tickets through the library, eventbrite tickets will not be accepted. Parents must remain on library premises. Term-Time only.

Free

Creative Journalling Workshop

The Green Coffee Machine The Green Coffee Machine, 71 Queen's Road,, Cheltenham, United Kingdom

In our ever busy, fast paced, screen filled world we need an outlet for “just” everyday life. To release stress, to declutter our minds and experience some slow living magic! This can be done with the Creative Journalling of words and pictures. The owner of Be the Bear Creative has set up these workshops to achieve just that. What does [read more...]

£25

Playwriting workshop: Structure

Up Hatherley Library Up Hatherley Library, Caernarvon Road, Cheltenham, United Kingdom

Free Playwriting Workshop: Structure Chris Foxon of the multi-award-winning Papatango Theatre Company will lead this session on structuring plays, exploring how to shape theatrical stories with rhythm and narrative control. Papatango run free opportunities to launch new playwrights, who have gone on to win BAFTA, OffWestEnd, Royal National Theatre and Alfred Fagon awards. New plays developed or produced by Papatango [read more...]

Free

Playwriting Workshop: Dialogue and subtext

Stroud Library Stroud Library, Lansdown, Stroud, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom

Free Playwriting Workshop: Dialogue and Subtext Writing natural dialogue which grips an audience and builds tension through implication and subtext is at the heart of good playwriting. Join the multi-award-winning Papatango's Chris Foxon to explore dialogue and subtext. Papatango run free opportunities to launch new playwrights, who have gone on to win BAFTA, OffWestEnd, Royal National Theatre and Alfred Fagon [read more...]

Free