Friday, 21 July 2017

Summer Outdoor Theatre at Alnwick Castle

Coming up on the 29th of July onwards, outdoor theatre at Alnwick Castle.  Full details below:



Outdoor theatre this Summer...

 
 



 
 
 
 
 
Shakespeare's Henry IV - Part 1  
Theatre Space North East - Tue 1st - Wed 2nd Aug August, 7PM. 

 
The old king, Richard, is dead. He was overthrown by Henry Bolingbroke, King Henry IV, but his reign is not going well. His conscience is troubling him, there are signs of rebellion already on the horizon from people who helped him to the throne and his son Prince Hal, refuses to live up to his role and would rather stick to the tavern. This classic piece explores honor, loyalty and the cost of power.

Please note: this is an outside promenade performance and audiences will be required to move around the castle groups in order to view the production. Unfortunately, due to the historic nature of the castle and its grounds, some of the performance locations will be inaccessible to wheelchairs and motorised scooters.
Tickets are £14 for adults and £12.50 for children (to 16 years) and concessions. 
 
 
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Bring your blankets and picnics for a relaxing evening in our outdoor cinema to watch Harry Potter and The Philosopher Stone or maybe join us on the 31st for vote night where you can vote to watch your all time favourite Harry Potter film! 

Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Writing Forward newsletters

Here are the latest Writing Forward newsletters for my followers to peruse:


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The human mind is a funny thing; it likes to play tricks on us. For example, when we proofread and edit our own writing, we tend to read it as we think it should be, which means we misread our own typos and other spelling, grammar, and punctuation mistakes as well as problems with word […]
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What If? Writing Exercises for Fiction Writers

Good fiction includes many different elements: believable characters, realistic dialogue, and compelling plots. Every decent story has a beginning, middle, and end. Intriguing tales are built around conflict and are rich with themes and symbols. And those are just the basics. It can be pretty overwhelming. Fiction writing is hard work. It requires a complex […]
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Quotes on Poetry: Leonardo da Vinci

What is Art? What is Poetry? For centuries, people have been asking what is art? Is art a question? An answer? An expression? A statement? Maybe it’s sheer entertainment. It’s a question we must answer for ourselves, especially artists and writers. I believe the best art entertains while it provokes thought or emotion, but that’s […]
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Creative Writing Prompts Inspired by Historical Events

Today’s prompts include selections from the book 1200 Creative Writing Prompts. Enjoy! Nonfiction writers are obviously inspired by the real world, but fiction writers and poets also take inspiration from real people and events. Wars, scandals, scientific advances, and famous figures in history have all been represented in every form of writing. Works of fiction […]
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Today’s post is from 101 Creative Writing Exercises. This exercise is from “Chapter 9: Philosophy, Critical Thinking, and Problem Solving.” It’s called “The Great Debate.” Enjoy! Logic, order, and organization are essential in clear and coherent writing, whether you’re telling a story or writing a poem. Critical thinking is a fundamental writing skill. If a […]
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Have you ever fell in love with a song immediately upon hearing it? As soon as it’s over, you whip out your phone and purchase the song, and then you play it on repeat for the rest of the day until you know every note and lyric. It becomes your your current favorite, your latest […]
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