Ignite-(Level 1 course) London: 11 June- 9 July

£79.99

This is our level-one in-person course for those new to writing & those getting back to it.

 11 June- 9 July (five weeks) 

Saturday 10:30am to 12:30pm in-person workshops

Whether you want to write short stories/fiction/plays/poetry, Ignite is for you! Whether you’ve written before or are an absolute beginner, you are very welcome.

An option to pay in two instalments is also available: please email us to set up your payment plan.

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 11 June- 9 July (five weeks) 

Saturday 10:30am to 12:30pm in-person workshops

Whether you want to write short stories/fiction/plays/poetry, Ignite is for you! Whether you’ve written before or are an absolute beginner, you are very welcome.

You’ll learn how to push through doubt, reduce fear of the blank page, become disciplined in your practice and enjoy writing so much more. You’ll become skilled in characterisation, dialogue, creating dynamic settings and other essential writing techniques.

With Ignite, you aren’t expected to write for big chunks of time or to share work. You’ll develop your skills and confidence in a small supportive group, join us live in-person at The Create Place, Bethnal Green.

If you haven’t written creatively before but always wanted to, or if you haven’t written for some time and want to kick-start your practice, then this low-cost, intensive course is for you.

Hundreds of students have graduated from WLAG’s Ignite courses! Come and join us!

TUTOR

Kerry Ryan

Kerry Ryan is the founder of Write like a Grrrl and has facilitated workshops all over the UK, in Ireland and in St Petersburg and Moscow. She has a Masters in Literary Studies and a PhD in Creative Writing. She has been creative agony aunt for Dear Damsels, taught Writing for Performance at Spotlight, creative writing for women leaving sex work and domestic abuse survivors and LGBTQ+. Her writing has been featured in various publications including Steer, The Manchester Review, the Kenyon Review and Spilling Ink. Her play Trust was  performed at the Gulbenkian Theatre.