Playwriting group

a group for older playwrights and poets Running from
Last event: Wednesday 1 May at 1pm
  • Meeting Room

A community group for older playwrights and poets who would like to get together to discuss their work and plan performances of monologues or very short plays. The group is aimed at those who have already written plays or poems and not at absolute beginners.

The group will be know as PARADOS which is the term for the passage way leading to the orchestra or stage of ancient Greek theatre.

If you would like to join this group please email angela before turning up. This is ran by the community, for the community.

Certificate:

50+

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