21st March 2019
Come and explore an entry point to making your own work. Follow the methodology Holly uses to write her own solo shows – freewriting, inspired by other prominent theatre makers Selina Thompson and Bryony Kimmings. This workshop is for anyone who fancies having a go at creative writing and writing for performance but doesn’t know where to start. Freewriting helps to produce raw material, without worries of structure and logic, letting you concentrate on just getting it out of your head and fixing it later. This workshop gives participants the opportunity to explore generating writing of their own, and develops creative skills in a fun, relaxed, low-pressure environment.
Holly Gallagher is a theatre maker, director, and facilitator based in Thornaby, Teesside interested in new work that speaks about the world we live in today and stimulates an audience's imagination. Holly has showcased and performed in work at Northern Stage, Live Theatre, Alphabetti Theatre, GIFT Festival, Moor Theatre Delicatessen, and ARC Stockton where she is an Associate Artist. She was also a recipient of the Third Angel Mentorship scheme 2017. Holly’s show, Tensile Strength (or How to Survive at Your Wit’s End), will be performed as a part of a UK tour at the Tron 20 – 21 March. (please link this to the show page on the website)
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