At TalkFest 2017, Playwrights' Studio, Scotland host a series of practical workshops expertly led by Scotland's leading playwrights and theatre makers.

I Second that Emotion

Thursday 10 August, 1 - 2.30pm

Workshop Room, Fringe Central @ Appleton Tower
Martin O'Connor (Turntable) leads a workshop on the crossover between music and storytelling, exploring the process behind their unique theatre project which aims to combat loneliness and isolation.

Speaking Out

Friday 11 August, 10.30am - 12.30pm

Workshop Room, Fringe Central @ Appleton Tower

Join Susan Worsfold, Director (The Last Post, Eve) and specialist in the Nadine George Voice Work technique, to explore creative approaches to developing your voice and how this approach can be applied to your own work and practice.

The Local, The Global & The Universal

Sunday 13 August, 12 - 2pm

Workshop Room, Fringe Central @ Appleton Tower

Writer Adam McNamara and director Joe Douglas (Stand By) deliver a practical workshop on writing and directing a new play rooted in lived experience, but still hugely imaginative.

The Performer Playwright

Friday 18 August, 4.30 - 6.30pm

Workshop Room, Fringe Central @ Appleton Tower

Join Pauline Goldsmith (Bright Colours Only) as she explores the particular challenges and the rewards of writing and performing a piece she knows intimately. And gets you to consider your own story and how you might bring it to a stage.

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