I had the good fortune to meet Sue Welfare for the first time over ten years ago at the first QWF Convention. She had written stories for QWF Magazine and kindly agreed to run a workshop for us. She was brilliant; funny, entertaining and wise. I thoroughly recommend the two workshops mentioned here.
WRITING WORKSHOPS WITH KATE LAWSON (Sue Welfare): www.katelawson.co.uk
Norfolk novelist Kate is teaching at home and away this Autumn, so if you fancy trying your hand at writing there is something here for you.
On October 31st Kate’s alter ego, Sue Welfare, will be running a Making History writing workshop at West Acre theatre, Near Swaffham in Norfolk from 10 am – 4pm Places are limited so please book early.
This is of particular interest to people who want to write about their own life experience or perhaps close family and friends, although the skills learnt during the day can be applied to any aspect of creative writing.
There will be lots of practical and useful advice on offer as well as practical exercises to improve your writing skills.
Tickets are £35.00 each and available from the box office
---- Later in the year Kate will be teaching at The Tempest Arm, Eslack, in the heart of the beautiful Yorkshire Dales. The Tempest Arm is a great place to stay for a weekend away or as the base for midweek break, so why not combine the two?
Kate with be running a Making History Workshop 22/23rdNovember 2009. All inclusive residentlal rate for 2 sharing is £196.00 or single £118.00. Great value, great food and great fun!
For more details or to book contact Anne at the Tempest Arms on 01282 842450