December 2nd & 3rd 2017
Walberswick, Suffolk. IP18 6UP.
10.00am – 5.00pm
Email [email protected] to reserve your place.
Our recent writer’s course led by tutor, Dan Allum, was a huge success (see just some of the participant feedback below). Due to overwhelming demand Dan has agreed to run a follow up, 2-day intensive course, where the participants will aim to complete their own 10-minute radio script. Spaces will be limited to 15 so competition will be fierce. Participants will be selected on a first come first served basis, so please book your place as soon as possible.
This highly practical course will not only cover essentials like; story structure, plot, creating strong characters and mastering dynamic conflict. It will also focus on the essence of powerful dialogue, the relevance of high and low stakes, building motivation and subtext, and dealing with exposition.
Dan will also spend time discussing each participant’s perceived strengths and challenges and aim to tailor the sessions to fit the individual’s needs and requirements as far as possible. As part of this course an INK director will direct 6 actors in a reading of all scripts.
Participant feedback for tutor, Dan Allum, from INK’d Up October’s Workshop:
“Amazing instruction, open atmosphere, excellent structure, now want to do More…”
“[I was] In awe! Expert and experienced, yet sensitive…”
“Inclusive, gentle. Examples of own work [was] fantastic. ..”
“Passionate & sensitive to the talents and abilities of those present…”
“Dan was wonderfully calm and patient. No one was made to feel inadequate. There was no climate of fear and I looked forward to the sessions enormously!…”
“Covered so many aspects of play writing. And sensitive with beginners…”
“Very accessible, clearly experienced…”
“He makes things seem possible…”
“I wanted to be inspired and stimulated and get specific strategies and tips. All this happened…”
“Input clear, examples understandable and tasks doable, just\!…”
“Brought out the creativity in all of us…”
“Focused instruction to make great plays…”
“Hugely enlightening and bonding and encouraging…”