Dialogue Workshop: What do they do while your characters talk, and why does it matter?


£20  Click here to pay in GBP

Date: 8 May*

Time11h00 to 14h00 South African time (GMT+2)

10h00 – 13h00 UK time

Where: Online via Zoom

How do you write a scene which doesn’t sound like a tick-tock conversation taking place in a void? 
Sign up for our Saturday Creative Writing Workshop on 8 May, and learn how to add layers of meaning and a sense of reality to scenes in which your characters talk to one another.
* Also available as an online tutorial with written feedback from 11 May.

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Our Saturday workshops are conducted in a spirit of fun, by people who find joy in creative endeavour. This will be a safe space for like-minded people to practice their creativity. All comments will be – according to our motto – honest but kind.

We’ll run the workshop via Zoom and it will consist of:

  • A brief discussion on an aspect of writing
  • A writing prompt
  • Writing time
  • Participants will read out their writing and receive immediate feedback on it – or not if they aren’t keen
  • Places will be limited to 12
  • Facilitators: Richard Beynon and Jo-Anne Richards
  • Date  –  8 May. UK time 10:00 – 13:00. SA time 11:00 – 14:00
  • Cost – R325 / £20


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