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?

Today’s special guest is Tamasha’s Artistic Director, Sudha Bhuchar.

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 MA’s pilot year, Central St Martin’s is working in partnership with nine ‘Masters’ – Ola Animashawun, Stephen Jefferys, Caroline Jester, Fin Kennedy, Kate Rowland, Philip Shelley, Nina Steiger, Steve Winter and John Yorke – and industry organisations who have led the way in dramatic writing training in the UK.

For more information on the MA, click here.

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