Writing Drama for Radio

  • Salisbury Arts Centre
  • July 15
  • 22:15 - 22:15
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On this action packed day course we will explore some of the exciting possibilities of writing for radio. You will be invited to:

– Listen to excerpts of recent plays
– Discuss what works and what doesn’t
– Create dynamic soundscapes
– Develop characters using language and sound
– Write opening scenes

Date: 15 July 2017
Time: 10.15am – 3.30pm
Where: Media Space, Salisbury Arts Centre

Suitable for writers at all stages. 18+
Bring lunch or buy lunch in the café.

Quotes from past participants:

“Not only does she give you excellent theoretical knowledge, she also equips you with fabulous solutions to your writing problems.”

“She’s great at stimulating comic (and bizarre) writing!”

Angie trained in writing for radio with Paul Ashton (BBC Writersroom), was mentored by Tina Pepler, writer for Radio 4, and learnt writing monologues for radio with Paul Dodgson, Writer and Sound Engineer (Radio 4). She also spent two years as a member of Radio 4 Writer, Nell Leyshon’s writing group. The BBC Writersroom has asked to see her next play for radio which she is currently writing. Angie is a professional member of NAWE (National Association for Writers in Education) and has taught on the Open University Scriptwriting module. She holds an MA in Scriptwriting and has taught writing for radio throughout the South West.