LinkUp Arts presents Write On, Salisbury


Price: £5 (£3 concessions)


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Write On is a LinkUp Arts pilot initiative for adults who want to write but maybe don’t know how to begin.

“It’s writing that allows you to explore issues and personal development through the medium of words.” Gini. Here you can create dialogue, characters, sounds and scripts that give voice to your untold stories.You can play with language and structure, have fun with comedy and get dramatic with your imagination…

Use the sessions for unblocking, expressing emotions, exploring or writing your life, or just for fun and the love of writing. Write for yourself, or create pieces with publishing or production in mind. These friendly, non-competitive sessions will be led by Angela Street who will give you inspiring and extraordinary things to do and write during the session, guaranteed to blow away cobwebs and tumbleweed.

The rooms in Sarum College are light, warm, airy and beautifully inspiring.

The sessions are supported by LinkUp Arts and are open to all. We welcome writers from all walks of life, particularly from marginalised communities.

Workshop Leader: Angela Street runs Playwriting Salisbury+ which supports and develops writers throughout the South West. As well as WRITE ON, she runs SHE WRITES and RED HOT WRITERS for emerging writers, and POP UP Playwriting, to reach people in far flung or rural areas. She particularly enjoys mentoring and working with writers on a one-to-one basis. As a professional member of the National Association for Writers in Education (NAWE), she’s worked as a Scriptwriting Tutor with the Open University; a PAWS (Participatory Arts Wiltshire) artist; and Script Consultant for Salisbury Fringe New Writing Festival. Previously, she was a dedicated Workshop Leader at Salisbury Arts Centre, where she set up the Scriptwriters’ Doo Dah in 2008, and Associate Practitioner at Salisbury Playhouse until 2015. Angela is an Accredited Writing Coach (RD1st, Arvon and NAWE) and founding member of Juno Theatre supporting female theatre makers.

Wheelchair access


Sarum College, 19 The Close, Salisbury SP1 2EJ