Writing Someone Else's Story - Workshop
23rd April 2018
*** Note this event takes place at Reiss & Killimster Village Hall
"Writing Someone Else's Story" is a workshop from In Motion Theatre Company touring to local writers groups in support of our upcoming production of Shattered, showing at Lyth Arts Centre on June 12th.
Shattered is a new play inspired by interviews with families who have experienced the sudden loss of a child and the effect it has had on them them years after the event. The play explores the universal themes of grief, loss and isolation and the humanity, humour and isolation of everyday life. In this workshop playwright Lisa Nicoll and director Jordan Blackwood, will talk about this process and lead a practical exploration of the many different ways you turn fact into fiction.
All levels of experience are welcome, just bring something to write with. Entry is free!
The workshop will be held from 6-8PM on April 24th at the Reiss and Killimster Hall. No need to book, just show up. For more information please email Andy Edwards on firstname.lastname@example.org
DATE: Tuesday, 24th April, 2018
TIME: 6:00 pm
LOCATION: Harland Road, Reiss, Caithness, KW1 4RR
VENUE: Reiss & Killimster Village Hall
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