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Writing and Performance Workshop

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Have an idea you’d like to perform?

It could be performance poetry, a story, some stand up comedy, a skit, an entertaining rant – if you’ve got something to say, we want to help you say it! We take you through the process of writing your ideas, crafting and editing; taking it all from page to stage…

Finn O’Branagain and Scott Sandwich are part-time performance poets, full-time storytellers, double-time friends. Separately they are independent performance makers, who write, direct, perform and design sound.

Together they are Ten Tonne Sparrow – presenting The Epic – a fast-paced, comedic performance lecture, based in storytelling, pop-science and anthropology, and modern culture.

This workshop is suitable for high school students to more experienced writers – an opportunity to work on your performance techniques, write and perform poetry, adapt myths and legends for performance; or write your own mythology.

Page to Stage Writing and Performance Workshop
Saturday 17 March, 1.00 pm – Braddon Hall

Cost: $10 per person. Limited to 12 participants
Suitable for ages 15+. Bookings Essential

For bookings, please contact the Box Office on (03) 6430 5850.

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Burnie Arts and Function Centre
77-79 Wilmot Street, Burnie, Tasmania, Australia

Burnie Arts and Function Centre

77-79 Wilmot Street, Burnie

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