The Complete Creative Writing Course
Top-quality creative writing courses at the Groucho Club in Soho, London's well-known literary venue, and at nearby premises. The Complete Creative Writing Course has a range of courses to suit your individual needs, from
Screenwriting courses. Classes are held on week day afternoons, evenings and at weekends, and all our tutors are
experienced writers and teachers.
A series of inspiring sessions which illuminate all aspects of creative writing. Through discussion, exercises, and example, this course will teach techniques, give you insight into your creative process, and encourage you to achieve your writing goals.
Designed for those who have attended a beginners' creative writing course or started writing fiction, this course will focus on developing character, improving dialogue and descriptive writing, handling point of view and building a narrative.
Developed for people who have already attended classes or embarked on a writing project, this course will inspire you, deepen your understanding of fiction, help you to shape and structure your work, and give you feedback on work in progress.
For people who have a writing project, our three-day weekend workshop weekend is designed to take you forward with writing prompts, exercises, group work, reading and some feedback.
For writers at all levels, a week-long workshop with writing prompts, group work, reading and feedback. We will focus on generating work and taking your writing forward, giving you a dedicated time and space to get ideas on paper, or finish a story or chapter.
The ideal introduction for anyone who wants to write for film & television. The course looks at character development, dialogue, narrative and the three-act structure. Teaching methods include clips from films, group work and discussion.
Maggie Hamand, course tutor and founder of The Complete Creative Writing Course, has just written Creative Writing For Dummies
which is a useful background reading for our courses.
We will critique your short story, synopsis and three chapters, or complete novel, analysing your writing in terms of style, plot, narrative structure and pacing, and addressing issues such as point of view, characterisation and dialogue. One-to-one sessions with a tutor can also be arranged.
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