The Writer Director Relationship and Developing Ideas
This performance has taken place in the past
with Luke Barnes
Sales for this event will stop at 10pm, Sunday 13th December
A practical workshop with playwright Luke Barnes. In this session Luke will talk about the relationship between writers and directors, how to effectively articulate what the project is, share joint goals, and to not annoy each other along the way!
All workshops this season have tickets available through both the Tron and the Gaiety; if one has sold out then do make sure you check the other to grab a spot.
Luke Barnes is a playwright and screenwriter; full length work includes: Freedom (Young Vic and Leeds Playhouse), Sad Club (National Theatre), All We Ever Wanted Was Everything (Bush Theatre with Middle Child), No One Will Tell Me When To Start A Revolution (Hampstead Theatre), Chapel Street (Bush Theatre), Bottleneck (Soho Theatre with HighTide),The Jumper Factory (Young Vic), Lost Boys (National Youth Theatre), Cinderella (James Seabright & Not Too Tame), Katie Johnstone (The Orange Tree), The Saints (Nuffield Theatres, Southampton), Eistedfodd (HighTide), There Should Be Unicorns (Middle Child), CHOKKA (20 Stories High), Ten Storey Love Song (Hull Truck with Middle Child), The Class (The Unicorn with NYT), and Loki and Betty (Almeida Theatre).
Luke’s most recent project is The Ghost Caller, an audio piece presented by Headlong.