Look no further. We know we’ve been pretty silent on the communication front recently, but this doesn’t mean that a) we don’t love you and b) we haven’t been busy thinking about how we can connect with you again. So here’s the low down on what we’re up to, where you can find us and most importantly, how you can get engaged.
WGGB General Secretary Bernie Corbet said: “WGGB is proud to be a supporter of London Writers Week, which will place new writing firmly on the national and international map, where it belongs.”
‘Open Heart Theatre’ aims to create an environment of mutual support between audience and writer – based on an agreed understanding that every second on stage must count. The event includes live performances of new, short-form dramas workshopped during London Writers Week along the principles of ‘Open Heart Theatre’.
This masterclass is run in partnership with Central Saint Martins as part of London Writers Week, an annual week-long celebration of new writing talent in the UK…During the workshop, you will be introduced to Euphoric Ink’s new play development technique called ‘Open Heart Theatre’, along with the opportunity to see your short-drama read and performed by professional actors.
On behalf of the Royal Court, Ola is delivering a FREE intensive 4-hour scriptwriting workshop at South West Fest in Pimlico. Bring your idea for a great script and Ola will give you tips on how to develop your ideas and see your script come to life. Or bring a script you are already working on and get Ola’s expert help to have it ready in time to enter into the SW1 writing competition.
We are delighted to be hosting a talk and Q and A by Chris Campbell at Central Saint Martin’s this afternoon, as part of Euphoric Ink’s ’20/20 Vision’ MA module. The MA in Dramatic Writing course at Central St Martin’s aims to create a new model for training dramatic writers in the UK. In the […]
The second session of Euphoric Ink’s MA module – ’20/20 Vision’ – kicks off this afternoon, with Leo Butler as its special guest. The MA in Dramatic Writing course at Central St Martin’s aims to create a new model for training dramatic writers in the UK.
Ola is looking forward to a workshop with My Big Phat Writers’ Group at the West Yorkshire Playhouse today – a Script Yorkshire / My Big Phat Writers Group collaboration. The day will consist of a practical workshop and discussion about the usefulness and effectiveness of culturally specific groups and their impact on the mainstream.
The umbrella title of Euphoric Ink’s module on voice and vision is ’20\20 Vision’. As part of the module, we are curating a number of ‘Guest Sessions’, to which we have invited some of our favourite and deemed most exciting artists and industry practitioners to come and meet the students. Our special guests have been invited to think about their 20/20 Vision; where we will be in the year 20/20? Who will we be? what will be thinking about and writing about?
On Thursdays and Fridays from January 2015, you can find Ola at the Royal Court Market Stall at Tachbrook Street Market, trading a variety of theatre paraphernalia in exchange for stories. ‘No cash involved, simply share a tale and that’s a sale.’ For more information, visit the Royal Court Theatre’s website.
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Register your interest in one of our forthcoming courses.
- We Heart Theatre? Looking For An Honest, Supportive Relationship Where Every Second Counts?
- Writers’ Guild of Great Britain Supports London Writers Week
- London Writers Week Showcase: ‘Open Heart Theatre’ With Euphoric Ink – Saturday 11 July 2015
- London Writers Week Masterclass: Writing For Theatre With Euphoric Ink – Thursday 9 July 2015
- Free Scriptwriting Master Class in Pimlico – Tuesday 16 June 2015
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