503Studio Masterclass: Adaptation
Adaptation: Where do you fit in?
How do you find your way through adapting something you adore and admire (or possibly even hate) whilst maintaining your own unique voice? Joel Horwood will take you through a series of exercises to help you define your guiding principles and make a start on adapting that great thing that you’ve always wanted to work on.
THIS COURSE IS CURRENTLY SOLD OUT.
To be added to our waiting list, please sign up here (please note that some places have been held off sale to prioritise Share the Drama beneficiaries – see below)
Thanks to DCMS Cultural Recovery Fund and our Share The Drama scheme, we want to make sure those of you who are struggling in the current climate can still take part in our Autumn Writers Programme. While we prioritise anyone who is long term unemployed and/or claiming benefits, we’re also offering subsidies if you’re in financial difficulty as a result of the Covid-19 crisis.
To express interest in a bursary place through our Share The Drama scheme, please sign up here. If you would prefer to speak directly to a member of our team about your circumstance or to ask for more information about this scheme, please contact us.
If you have any access requirements, you can let us know here. You can view what we currently are able to offer on our Accessibility page. If you would rather discuss any access requirements and how we can accommodate them prior to booking, please get in touch with us.
Time: 10am – 12.30pm
Running time of workshop: 2.5 hours – delivered online. Maximum class sizes are 14. A portion of spaces have been reserved for Share the Drama places.
To sign up for advanced booking for future iterations of the 503Studio: Writers Programme, please join the waiting list here.
Joel Horwood is a writer, director and dramaturg.
His theatre work includes: Food (The Imaginary Body); Stoopud F*cken Animals (Traverse); I Caught Crabs in Walberswick and I ♥ Peterborough (Eastern Angles); The Planet and Stuff (Polka) and This Changes Everything (Tonic); four pantomimes and A Series Of Increasingly Impossible Acts (Lyric, Hammersmith); I Want My Hat Back (National); The Little Matchgirl and Happier Tales (Shakespeare’s Globe); The Berberian Sound Studio (Donmar Warehouse); The Great Elephant Chase (The Burgtheater); The Ocean at the End of the Lane for (National Theatre and Duke of Yorks); and an upcoming adaptation of Stephen King’s The Green Mile (The Mercury, Colchester and a subsequent tour).
Radio includes Ok Computer.
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