Young Playmaker

Young Playmaker
Oxford Playhouse in partnership with Oxford Playmaker

Oxford Playhouse in partnership with Oxford Playmaker

Young Playmaker is a series of weekly workshops for young writers aged 15 to 20 who are keen to write a short play, led by professional playwright Renata Allen.

Writers will acquire the skills needed to develop their ideas, and write a play before watching some of the plays come to life on stage performed in the Burton Taylor Studio in July 2018.

Booking is now open to join Young Playmaker from September. Please email learning@oxfordplayhouse.com for more details. Or call 01865 305305 to book.

I can honestly say it’s been one of the best experiences. I joined the course with no experience and little skill, but from the first session I was warmly welcomed, and have been able to develop my writing to more than I ever thought it could be.
Young Playmaker participant

 The Playhouse offers free and discounted places for anyone that wants to take part but may need help with fees. For more information, email learning@oxfordplayhouse.com.

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God of Carnage God of Carnage & Retelling Tales
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