Nordic Arts Festival – Creative Writing and Drama in Swedish

28th February 2016 @ 13:00 – 16:00
London Finnish Church
33 Albion St
London SE16 7HZ
£80 + booking fee
Bilingual Potential

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Creative Writing and Drama in Swedish

Photo of Emelie Hill Dittmer: Ricard Österlund

Photo of Emelie Hill Dittmer: Ricard Österlund

In this one-day workshop you will create a story and turn it into a performance on stage. Your guides through the process will be acting coach/director Malin B. Erikson and journalist and creative writing teacher Emelie Hill Dittmer.

In the morning you will generate stories as part of the group. In the afternoon you will explore these stories through drama and then choose what you would like to perform and stage the performance. You will be able to  share your work to families and friends at 5pm.

Workshop in Swedish for children aged 9-12The number of participants is 9 to 12. (Please, be aware that the workshop will be cancelled if there less than 8 bookings two weeks before the event.)

Photo of Emelie Hill Dittmer: Ricard Österlund

About Emelie

Emelie Hill Dittmer is a Swedish journalist and creative writing teacher who lives in the UK. She regularly writes for many Swedish publications in britain, as well s in Swedish mainstream press. Her trademark are the beautiful life stories and journalistic portraits of Swedish people abroad. Emelie is also part of the documentary film project Nordic Folk Song about Swedish artists in Britain.
Photo by Rikard Österlund

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Bilingual Potential Arts Programme is a not-for-profit arts programme sponsored by Bilingual Potential Ltd. In the unlikely event of profit from the Arts Programme, 100% of the profit will be reinvested to provide more community arts to Londoners.

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