Our programme of weekly activities for adults offers something for everyone. Whether you’re interested in performing or gaining new creative skills, we invite you to Get Into It! Get inspired by the range of plays on our stages and write your own! The sessions are led by the award-winning actor and playwright Lucy Flannery who will guide you through simple, fun exercises and tasks and encouraged to explore how to write for the stage. Bursaries available, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Fancy joining more than one class? Book onto 2 courses for a full term at £150. Book onto 3 courses for a full term at £222
Spring Term Dates
January 16, 23, 30
February 6, 20, 27
March 6, 13, 20, 27
Lucy Flannery Biography
Lucy Flannery is an award-winning writer and playwright with experience of radio, film, TV and fiction in addition to theatre. Her work has been performed in London, West Sussex, Hampshire and the East Midlands and includes Tomorrow Will Be Too Late, commissioned as part of the 70th anniversary D-Day commemorations; A Viking Tale, a re-telling of a twelfth century Icelandic saga; and adaptations of PG Wodehouse and Shakespeare. In summer 2018 her short play Chatbot will be premiered as part of the Festival of Chichester.
Other credits include A Business Affair [with Christopher Walken] Like a Daughter [with Alison Steadman] The Story of Tracey Beaker, Rent [winner of the WGGB Best Radio Comedy Award] and various anthologies. Her short story Calm Down, Dear won The Brighton Prize 2015.
Lucy is an Associate Fellow of the Royal Literary Fund Writing Project following a three-year Fellowship at the University of Chichester.