Creative Writing Workshops – Cancelled

Due to the current Coronavirus situation and the government’s latest advice that the public avoid using cafes, bars and other social venues, these workshops have been cancelled in line with the Foxlowe Arts Centre closure. This position will be reviewed regularly as the situation and government advice is updated. Any changes will be made public under the ‘Announcements’ menu on the website’s home page. For now, Rosanna is looking at the possibility of an on-line course, so please contact her if you are interested.

Ever Wanted to be a Writer?

Creative Writing Workshops – ‘People, Place and Plot’.

I will be running a series of interactive creative writing workshops here at Foxlowe Arts Centre. It will explore everything you need to start you on your journey. Whether you want to write a short story, a novel or anything in between, this is the place for you. They’ll be lots of fun exercises, encouragement (and biscuits!)

When?  Wednesdays 9.30-11.30 on 18th, 25th March, 1st, 22nd, 29th April and 6th May.

Price:  £15 per 2 hour session or £75 for the six week course paid in advance. Places limited to 14.

About the Tutor, Rosanna McGlone

Until recently I was a lecturer at Lincoln University. I was also Lincolnshire’s first Writers’ Support Worker, running workshops and providing 1 to 1 advice on a wide range of projects across the county; a mentor for Writing East Midlands and a script reader for Hull Truck Theatre where my work has been performed. Additionally, I have worked as a journalist for national newspapers. My published writing includes flash fiction, short stories and poetry.

To book a place or find out more please phone Rosanna on: 07570 480802 or email her on: mcglonehealey@yahoo.com

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Date

Apr 22 2020

Time

9:30 am - 11:30 am

Cost

£15 per 2 hour session or £75 for the six week course paid in advance.

Organiser

Rosanna McGlone
Phone
07570 480802
Email
mcglonehealey@yahoo.com

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