From Page to Stage with Hannah Jane Walker
Explore the connection between writing, devising and adapting for the stage with expert guidance from acclaimed poet and performer Hannah Jane Walker.
Hannah will guide you through writing and speaking exercises before you are given the chance to put what you’ve learnt into practice in one of our beautiful break-out spaces at Dragon Hall.
About Hannah Jane Walker
Hannah Jane Walker is a writer and producer from Cambridge. She studied literature at the University of East Anglia and poetry at Newcastle University. With Chris Thorpe she had made four plays, two published by Oberon. She has written for the Guardian and BBC Radio 4 and is currently working on a solo show about sensitivity called ‘Highly Sensitive’, a collaboration with playwright Rachel Mariner called ‘recovering misogynist’, a dance circus collaboration and a children’s book. Hannah’s poetry has been published by Nasty Little Press and she has just finished her first full poetry collection Shark! edited by Caroline Bird and Joe Dunthorne. She is an Associate Artist at the National Centre for Writing. Website
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About NCW workshops
Explore creativity and craft in a friendly, constructive setting and with some of the most talented writers of our day. Each workshop includes writing exercises, a chance to share your work and guidance from an expert writer.
Workshops run 10am to 3pm, with two short breaks and a half-hour lunch break. Teas and coffees will be provided, but please bring your own lunch and writing materials.