Arvon at Home Masterclass: The A-Z of Developing a TV Show

Zoom masterclass with Sally Abbott

Friday June 10th 2022, 11:00am GMT


The journey of a TV show from the kernel of an idea through to the green light, goes through many stages. During this Masterclass Sally Abbott will draw on her global hit BBC Drama The Coroner to demystify and explore this process. She will provide useful exercises for various stages of project development, and tips on how to stay sane whilst taking your project from idea to screen. By the end of this Masterclass you should be inspired, motivated and have new tools at your disposal to help you develop a TV series. We recommend that before the session, participants watch an episode of The Coroner and buy a copy of a weekly TV guide.

The Masterclass will be delivered via Zoom and will last two hours (11am – 1pm) including time for you to write. It will be recorded and available to view for up to a month after the live event.

As part of our wider effort to increase participation in the arts, half-price concessions are available for this course at checkout. There are a limited number of free subsidised places for those who cannot afford the concession price. 

Please note this Masterclass has been postponed from January 13 to June 10.

Cost: £35 (concession: £17.50)


"These zoom opportunities are really helping to open my world and keep me inspired to write."

—Masterclass participant

"Arvon at Home creates a model to participate in inspirational tutoring for writers, at a distance. The feeling of attending to my writing life in an excellent fashion, and still having a half-day for my work and caring responsibilities at home, felt like a good balance."

—Masterclass participant

"It was an absolutely brilliant session and very very useful. And it made me realise how much I’ve missed this kind of workshop because of having children and family that I can’t leave. Now we’re all in the same boat the online stuff is truly transformative."

—Masterclass participant



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