We are delighted to announce that Euphoric Ink is launching its first series of weekly Introduction to Playwriting workshops this autumn, led by Ola Animashawun.

From 1 October 2015, we will be running The Inkubator introductory playwriting workshops every Thursday evening for 10 weeks in a central London location.

The Inkubator sessions

The Inkubator sessions will last for 2.5 hours covering a range of techniques and themes throughout the programme, including: getting started; dramatic action; voice; structure and getting it finished.

 

For further details including how to secure a place for these workshops, send us an email to info@euphoricink.co.uk – entitled, The Inkubator

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3 Responses to Euphoric Ink Launches The Inkubator This October

  1. Wendy Bain says:

    Details of course please. I’m not a beginner

    • Nadine says:

      Hello Wendy,

      thank you for your enquiry about our course The Inkubator.

      The Inkubator is a ten week Introduction to Playwriting, 2.5 hours every week, in which I go through a step by step process, outlining what I consider to be the fundamental building blocks of creating crafted, rigourous theatrical plays of interest. From the idea through to the drama, the action, the story, the characters to the first working draft. The sessions will be held in the evenings at Peckham Library.

      As you state you are not a beginner, I suspect this may not be the course for you. However, let us know if you would like to stay on our mailing list so we can inform you of any opportunities that may be more appropriate in the future.

      Best wishes and good luck with your writing.

      Ola and Nadine.

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