Posted by: scottishwriters | September 16, 2012

‘In Process’ Masterclass: Liz Lochhead

Our next major event will be on Thursday 27th September 2012 at 7pm in the CCA Club Room, Glasgow. Admission: £6 (£3 for SWC members and concessions)

‘In Process’ Masterclass: Liz Lochhead

Liz Lochhead, Scots Makar 2011 and ‘Scotland’s greatest living dramatist’ leads a masterclass on the creative process and the craft of play writing. Come and be inspired by a writer of great warmth and power.

Liz Lochhead is tha author of numerous volumes of acclaimed poetry, including Memo For Spring (1972), Dreaming Frankenstein (1984) and Bagpipe Muzak (1991), and has received international acclaim for her plays such as Fire and Ice (1982), Mary Queen Of Scots Got Her Head Chopped Off (1989) and her adaptations and translations of plays by Moliere and Euripides.

The Scottish Writers’ Centre’s “In Process Masterclasses” provide an opportunity to explore creative writing craft and the creative process with a professional writer, drawn from our extensive diaspora of patrons and supporters. Readings, discussion and book signing. Our In Process talks series is supported by the Scottish Book Trust, Glasgow City Council, and Glasgow Life.

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  1. Hi, I am interested in attending Masterclass on 27th. Do I just pay at the door.?

    I am also interested in becoming a member. Can I join on the 27th?

    I am looking for advice on a piece of historical fiction I am attempting to write. Is there anyone at the centre who can help me?


    Don Ramsay

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