Writing for TV: Comedy
Stand out from the crowd
Monday April 29th - Saturday May 4th 2019
This course is designed to equip you with the writing skills, industry know-how and experience of collaborative working that the ever-changing industry demands. We aim to help you develop your projects so that they stand out from the crowd and allow you to understand how to function within a professional environment across different screen industries. We will include a pitching workshop so you are able to verbalise your work in a dynamic way.
Single room price: £795
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The Ted Hughes Arvon Centre, Lumb Bank is an 18th-century millowners house in West Yorkshire, which once belonged to Ted Hughes. It’s set in 20 acres of steep woodland with breathtaking views to the valley below.
Arrive late afternoon, settle in, enjoy dinner and the tutors’ introduction to the week in the evening.
Morning workshops led by tutors. Afternoons are your time for writing and one-to-one tutorials. Tutors read from their work in the evening.
Morning workshops led by tutors. Afternoons are your time for writing and one-to-one tutorials. In the evening a guest speaker joins the group.
Morning workshops led by tutors. Afternoons are your time for writing and one-to-one tutorials. You are free to spend this evening as you wish.
Tutors lead the final workshops in the morning. In the evening everyone gets together to share and celebrate their work.
The week comes to a close after breakfast. Have a tissue handy to say your farewells to the group.