This is a second stage course for scriptwriters who already have some experience or have attended a previous script writing course. It is suitable for playwrights, screenwriters and radio writers.
The course will take place at Hours, an inspiring space in the centre of Bristol with views across the city.
The course will run for seven sessions over 11 weeks which will allow for more writing time between sessions.
The main focus will be on work writers bring in with some writing time and exercises during sessions and a refresher on key aspects of script writing including structure, character and dialogue.
The benefits of the course are:
A chance to get feedback from the myself and the group on your work.
A focus during the weeks the course is running, with the deadline of the class a chance to push your writing project forward.
A chance to further develop your writing skills and understanding of key aspects of script writing.
The course will run on Monday evenings 7.00 – 9.00 pm on the following dates:
Please contact directly for details of concessionary fees.
Mark trained as an actor at Rose Bruford College and is an experienced scriptwriter. His play The Camp, produced at the Tobacco Factory, was listed in the Independent’s best ten plays outside London and he has also written for radio and TV. He is currently working on an adaptation of John Vanbrugh’s ‘The Relapse’ for production next year.
Mark has taught script writing in a number of settings. He also works as an individual script mentor and script reader.