Suitable for ages 16+
***Please note: this is an online event***
In this workshop writer and theatre maker, Becci Sharrock, will guide you through creating a scene for the stage. In a whistle stop tour, we’ll create interesting characters, find their voices and motivations, and plot their journey so that by the end of the workshop you have a brand new scene to take away and develop, with the skills you need to do so.
If you’ve attended/completed the Daily Writes, you have the option to use some of the ideas you’ve generated in this workshop but it’s not essential.
About Becci Sharrock
Becci is a writer, theatre maker and creative producer based in Gateshead. She has worked for Live Theatre, Northern Stage, New Writing North and ARC, Stockton. Recent writing credits include; Northern Pulse (Film Poem, Great Exhibition of the North, N18 Programme), Living Legends: Hidden Histories (Published book & exhibition, commissioned by Made In Corby), Night Trade (Theatre short commissioned by Alphabetti Theatre), Letters to Myself (UK theatre tour) and Yes Chef! (ARC, Stockton). She is currently under commission from Queen’s Hall Hexham to write a stage adaption of The Secret Garden.
She has been a shortlisted writer for the Old Vic 12, a Leverhulme Trust funded Writer-in-Residence at Beamish Museum and joint winner of the North East Theatre Guide’s Best New Writing Award.
This event is hosted on Zoom.
You must book a ticket via EventBrite to be able to access this event. You will be sent all the the relevant information to access the session (including Zoom Meeting ID and password) through EventBrite at least 24 hours in advance.
Please note: If you are booking an event that is hosted through Zoom, the individual writer/performer will be hosting the event through their own Zoom account.
A note about Zoom from Becci:
Zoom is great for making content accessible but we know it can also come with its own challenges and anxieties. Please note: Becci is more than happy for you to access it in whatever way works for you. If you prefer your video off, that’s fine and if you have it on, please don’t worry about kids/partners/pets in the background – it’s all part of the Zoom experience. The most important thing is that you can take part. If you have any access needs, please get in touch and we’ll do our best to accommodate these.
WRITE Festival Online!
This event is part of WRITE Festival Online! which runs from 18 -23 October. The festival celebrates the written word in all it’s forms and has something for everyone from children, to adults, to aspiring writers.
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