In collaboration with Siege Perilous, McDonald Road Library is offering budding Edinburgh playwrights an opportunity to grab a place at its free ‘How to be a Playwright’ event.
The course was a sell-out event at this year’s Edinburgh International Book Festival and will again be presented by Edinburgh author and playwright Caroline Dunford.
Caroline is the best selling author of ‘How to Survive the Terrible Twos: Diary of a Mother Under Siege’ as well as crime series, The Euphemia Martins Mysteries. She is a multi-produced playwright of stage and educational work and was one of the writers in the sell-out series of short plays, Ten, at the Traverse Theatre. She has been a regular contributor to the Edinburgh International Book Festival since 2007 and this year will present the sold-out workshops ‘A day on how to write a novel’ and ‘How to write a stage play’.
Caroline has 15 years experience of running workshops and mentoring, and as an Advanced Psychotherapist brings a strong insight into human nature to her work. She has won mentorships with both the Playwrights Studio Scotlandand The Scottish Book Trust, and is a member of the Scottish Playwrights Society and Crime Writers Association.
The course will be held at McDonald Road Library on Monday 5th September from 6.30 – 8 pm.
Booking is essential for this FREE event. To reserve your place call 0131 529 5636, email us or book in person at the library.