Literature

The Six Wives of Henry VIII with Alison Weir

The Six Wives of Henry VIII with Alison Weir

October 29, 2013 @ 7:30 PM

The Atrium
County Hall, Bythesea Road, Trowbridge, BA14 8JN

The story of Henry VIII and his multiple wives is world-famous. It continues to fascinate because they were intriguing and dynamic characters whose lives were often dramatic and tragic. Alison Weir is the UK’s top-selling female historian, with over 2.3 million books sold worldwide. Copies of her books, including her new biography of Elizabeth of York, will be on sale at the event. 

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Explore Script Writing Spring 2016

Explore Script Writing Spring 2016

January 19, 2016 @ 7:00 PM

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Trowbridge Town Hall
Market Street, Trowbridge, BA14 8EQ

Do you want to write scripts for performance - plays, screenplays, radio plays? Would you like the opportunity for sharing ideas, stories and characters and receiving feedback from like-minded writers?

As well as developing your own style, skills and ideas, the programme will include a strand of new writing and work shopping for a project that develops ideas for performance inspired by the theme of World War I.

Explore Script Writing - Summer 2016

Explore Script Writing - Summer 2016

May 10, 2016 @ 7:00 PM

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Trowbridge Town Hall
Market Street, Trowbridge, BA14 8EQ

Summer Term: Tues 12 Apr – 7 Jun (half term 31 May) culminating in a Script In Hand Performance

Do you want to write scripts for performance - plays, screenplays, radio plays? Would you like the opportunity for sharing ideas, stories and characters and receiving feedback from like minded writers?

As well as developing your own style, skills and ideas, the programme will include a strand of new writing and work shopping for a project that develops ideas for performance inspired by the theme of World War 1.

The group will be working towards a rehearsed reading of their work on the 23rd March and a Script in hand performance on 14 June.

Supported by Heritage Lottery Fund.

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