Rikki Beadle-Blair: How to have a creative career

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Join Rikki Beadle-Blair MBE for a fun, butt-kicking workshop to give you everything you need to take control of your creative working life.

A writer, director, composer, choreographer, designer, producer and performer, Rikki has mentored a great many creatives including Noel Clarke, Joe Cole, Somalia Seaton, Tom Wright, Alexis Gregory, and Bush Theatre Artistic Director Lynette Linton. He has won several awards including the Sony Award, the Los Angeles Outfest Screenwriting and Outstanding Achievement awards.

Join the workshop facilitator in person in the Holloway Theatre at the Bush, or join from the comfort of your home via Zoom, where there will be a dedicated co-ordinator to field your questions and responses. Anyone with an Online via Zoom ticket will be sent a registration link on the day of the masterclass.

There are limited bursary places available for participants who need them. Please contact [email protected] for more information on applying for a bursary place.

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Rikki Beadle-Blair
Rikki Beadle-Blair MBE is a writer, director, composer, choreographer, designer, producer and performer working in the film, theatre, television and radio. Having written and directed 30 plays over the last 20 years along with several feature films, shorts and tv episodes and series, he has won several awards including the Sony Award, the Los Angeles Outfest Screenwriting and Outstanding Achievement awards. Rikki’s passion for encouraging creativity and business sense in other has led him to becoming a committed mentor to a great many writers, actors, composers and directors around the world.

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