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ACW Writers Day - Newcastle

ACW Writers’ Day – Newcastle

Guest Speaker - David Robinson

Saturday 8th July 09:30 - 15:30

Brunswick Methodist Church

Cost: Members £22 pre-booked, £27 on the door

Non-members £27 pre-booked, £32 on the door

David will be speaking on performance writing for the stage, film, television and radio. It is an opportunity to discover what makes a good script, screenplay and radio drama.

From Page to Stage

Creative writing in a day…sounds dramatic and indeed that is the idea. Picture the best of your creative scribblings being performed; your words, an actor’s voice and a director’s interpretation. It can happen and together we will discover how. All aspects of performance writing for stage, film, television and radio plays will be discussed and demonstrated, alongside what makes a good script, a good screenplay a good radio drama. Lots of fun and opportunities for a bit of shining in the spotlight, for you or for your work. We will pull back the curtain and try to discover our theatrical side.

About David Robinson

For over twenty years, David was an actor and then Artistic Director of the Saltmine Theatre Company before forming Searchlight Theatre Company in 2011. He has performed in all their major touring productions including: The Screwtape Letters, The Cross and the Switchblade and The Hiding Place. 

He has written numerous stage plays, all of which have been toured nationally and internationally including: Mr Laurel and Mr Hardy, Noel Coward and Friends Live in Las Vegas, Woodbine Willie, Remember Edith Cavell, The Hiding Place, Three Wise Men and a Baby, An Angel’s Delight, and Chariot the Eric Liddell Story plus many others.

David is the Artistic Director of the Searchlight Theatre Company and is currently working on a new Sherlock Holmes comedy.

Thank you for booking for the ACW Writers Day in Newcastle. We look forward to seeing you there.
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