Curious about writing for radio?
Not sure if your writing would work on radio?
What is a soundscape?
What does a radio script look like?
How do you avoid an information dump?
Want to send your play to the BBC? What are they looking for?
Come and experiment with the specific set of writing skills you’ll need to get your work heard. We’ll examine extracts of radio plays, practise writing techniques and you’ll learn how to create characters, atmosphere and a sense of time and place using significant sound. Bring your work in progress, your ideas, your questions. Be prepared to write and rewrite.
Tutor: Angela Street, Playwriting Salisbury+
Limited parking available at Thelma Hulbert Gallery.
The room is wheelchair accessible with a lift to the first floor.
Workshops are smoke/vape and mobile free zones.
There will be scheduled breaks.
To book email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Booking essential to secure your place.
Payment by BACS or cheque (non-refundable)
Angela Street is a freelance Writer, Tutor, Mentor, Script Reader and Dramaturg who holds an MA in Scriptwriting with distinction. She was recently awarded The Writers’ Guild Olwen Wymark Theatre Award for her work with new writing, especially her work with She Writes. In 2014 she set up Juno Theatre to champion the work of female theatre makers. An accredited Writing Coach (Arvon, NAWE, RD1st), she encourages playfulness and risk-taking in the use of language, form and content. Angela is a former Tutor with the OU, and now runs workshops in Salisbury and throughout the South West.