Sat 27 July | 9.45am – 12.45pm | £15
What to do with an idea?
So you have a great idea for something but you don’t know what to do with to? That’s what this workshop is all about! A practical workshop that looks at what you can do with your great idea. What genre will it best fit in, be that a book, play or film? How can you take an idea and move it on towards its next stage?
This general workshop is an introduction into developing concepts and moving them forward in a creative process. It will focus primarily on refining a bright sparks into great ideas, and finding out more on how best to develop them.
This workshop is developed by Accidental Theatre for The John Hewitt International Summer School. Accidental Theatre is a fringe theatre in Belfast's Shaftesbury Square & creates projects as an independent company. They work with playwrights, actors, filmmakers, DJs, choreographers, musicians, poets, painters, technicians and curators to craft plays for Ireland and the world stage.
Please note this workshop is not included in a bursary and should be booked separately.