Story Scribblers – Creative Writing Workshop

Bush Attic
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Part of STORYSTOCK 2016

Are you the next Rowling, Morpurgo or Walliams?

Calling all budding novelists to our Creative Writing Workshop. This workshop will hone your skills and sharpen your writing toolbox to arm yourselves for story writing.

The workshop is made up of three 25 minute segments (allowing for breaks in between) focusing on Writer’s technique (looking at things like similes, metaphors, adjectives). Writing a creative piece, culminating in an interactive perfomance piece where students will perform to the class. The students will recieve a study booklet to take away with them.

A drink and snack will be provided.

With thanks to Keystone Tutors.

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