A one-day workshop for performance poets, Saturday 26th April, Brighton
Whether you want to develop an hour long show that can be done
at festivals such as Edinburgh or beyond or hone a solid 15 minute
performance, this class will give the skills to develop a story arc
and sense of character throughout your poetry performance.
Heather Taylor is a writer, performer and educator whose writing
has been performed and published throughout Europe, Asia and North
America. Her full collection horizon & back was published
by Tall Lighthouse in October 2005 and she recently toured the
2-person poetry show, Accents on Words, in the UK, Ireland and
India. As a playwright, her work has been seen at the Tricycle,
Soho Theatre, Greenwich, the Pleasance, & Theatre 503 in London
as well as in various venues throughout the UK and Canada.
This year, two of her short films are set for production and her
first feature film will be released in conjunction with Artificial
Eye and NFTS.
Where: Brighton Writers' Centre
When: Saturday 26th April, 10 am - 4 pm
How much: £32/£30 concs, Friends of the South £30/£28 concs
How to apply: please go to www.thesouth.org.uk to book your
tickets online, or you can call or email Nathan at 01273 571700 or:
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