Inventing Villains – Creative writing workshop

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Through a range of exciting activities, Abi Elphinstone will be helping children create the scariest, ghastliest, vilest villain they can think of.

 

Children will be looking at classic rogues like Voldemort, Miss Trunchbull and The Child Catcher for inspiration, they’ll be inventing monstrous names stolen from old maps and they’ll be rummaging through all sorts of props to get the sinister appearance of their villains just right. Mwah ha ha…
Abi Elphinstone is author of The Dreamsnatcher. Catch her in conversation about The Dreamsnatcher as part of STORYSTOCK here.
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