This year’s theme for London Writers’ Week is to provide access to and showcase the best new ideas going on in terms of writing for and using Digital Media in the UK. With the growth of Netflix, Amazon, BBC Three going online and theatre productions use of digital media, we hope the week provides an insight into and advice on some of the best new ideas in the UK.
Just announced: This year’s London Writers’ Week is also a benefit for victims of the Grenfell Tower fire, with 100% of profits from the week going to help victims, supported by The Tabernacle, Notting’s Hill theatre and arts centre at the heart of the community – previous events at The Tabernacle include events with Adele, Lily Allen and others. If you are not able to attend the week in person, you can purchase a Donation ticket and receive email highlights from the week.
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Philip Shelley- Writing for Podcasts
July 8 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm| £10.00
Tribute is a series of 13 dramatic monologues – tributes / eulogies to fictional characters. Director of London Writers’ Week Jennifer Tuckett will discuss the inspiration, development, production and marketing – and the lessons for dramatic writers – of this project with its producer Philip Shelley.
The conversation will be followed by a performance of one of the monologues, discussion between Philip and writer Katy Walker, and conclude with an audience Q&A.
Philip Shelley is the instigator of and runs Channel 4’s screenwriting course and is one of the UK’s most experienced and highly regarded script consultants.
This discussion is for you if…
- You’re a writer who would like to know more how to write for podcasts
- You’d like to know more about Philip Shelley’s work and the Tribute podcast project
- You’d like to see an exclusive performance of one of the podcasts and hear discussion on how the process work and ask any questions
Philip Shelley is one of the UK’s most experienced and highly regarded script consultants. His credits include:
As a producer: Margery & Gladys (ITV); Making Waves (ITV); First Sign of Madness (Carlton/ITV), which won awards at the New York TV Festival, Worldfest Houston, and the Columbus Ohio TV festival.
As Head of Development for Drama at Carlton TV: script edited Anybody’s Nightmare, Inspector Morse, Kavanagh QC, Plain Jane, Cider with Rosie, Noah’s Ark and The Waiting Time.
As script editor: 2 series Waking The Dead (BBC), A Good Murder (Sally Head Productions / ITV), Medics, Staying Alive and The Knock (ITV).
As trainer: Philip has run screenwriting \ script-editing courses and sessions at De Montfort University Leicester, Bath Spa University, UAL \ Central Saint Martins, Northern Ireland Screen, Indie Training Fund, Baby Cow Productions, Arab Film Studios, Abu Dhabi, Singapore Media Academy, and Screen Training Ireland/
Script Consultant is Philip’s screenwriting consultancy.
Philip has run the Channel 4 screenwriting course for the last 7 years.
Date: Friday July 7th 2017
Times: 1pm –3pm
Location: The Tabernacle, 34 – 35 Powis Square, London, W11 2AY
Price: £10 for both In Conversation event and Showcase/Q&A (or included in Festival Pass or Day Pass)
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