The first part of your play is going smoothly, you’re deep in the characters and their conflicts and obstacles – but you just can’t figure out how it resolves. In this session, Brian Mullin will explore how to create a satisfying ending to your play, how the last scenes and moments affect us and what they mean for our characters. This is a good workshop for anyone who is currently in the middle of a script – or anyone who wants some deep thinking about how stories function.
We have a limited amount of bursary places available via our Share the Drama scheme, thanks to the support of Dynamis, for long term unemployed/those claiming income support/jobseekers allowance. Please contact us if you are eligible for a bursary and would like to take part in the course.
Brian Mullin is a former 503Five writer, whose debut play WE WAIT IN JOYFUL HOPE was produced at Theatre503 in 2016. His other work has been developed at High Tide, Oval House and the Orange Tree Writers Group. His latest show LIVE TO TELL will be presented this summer in the Yard Theatre's Live Drafts series. He has created text for international devising company Babakas, including OUR FATHERS which was performed at Summerhall, Battersea Arts Centre and on tour across the UK and Europe. Brian also leads numerous writing workshops and playwriting classes at institutions including the National Theatre's Learning Department, St Marys University and City Lit's Advanced Playwriting Workshop (where his teaching has been described as "structured and inspiring," "great for getting the creative juices flowing!").
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