AN INTRODUCTION TO GHOST STORY WRITING
As part of the 2016/17 tour of ghost story telling show The Book of Darkness & Light, writer Adam Z. Robinson is hosting a series of creative writing workshops on the subject of ghost stories. Through a series of writing exercises, you'll look at ways into your own gothic short stories, developing and unleashing your skills as a writer.
The workshops are fun, engaging and productive. Experts and beginners alike are welcome. All you'll need is a pen and a willingness to give ghost story writing a go! This event is FREE and limited to 20 people. If you reserve a ticket and no longer need it, please return it ASAP so that others can take the place.
Ages 14+ (in line with the suggested age bracket of The Book of Darkness & Light).
ABOUT THE SHOW
Adam Z. Robinson in association with LittleMighty presents
THE BOOK OF DARKNESS & LIGHT
Three chilling tales. Two ghostly performers. One thrilling night.The Book of Darkness & Light is a ghost story-telling show with a difference. Combining original, chilling tales (written and read by Adam Z. Robinson), the show is accompanied by a beautiful, haunting live violin score (composed and performed by Ben Styles).
On Thursday 19th January, The Book of Darkness & Light is coming to Leeds Central Library for one night only. Tickets for this event are available here.
Be sure to catch the show! For a full list of tour dates, visit this webpage.
The Book of Darkness & Light tour is supported using public funding by Arts Council England.
"A gripping, ghostly tale." - Leeds Living
"...the music heightens the suspense in the room as [The Storyteller] draws the audience into his narrative web." - Stagetalk Magazine
Audiences have called the The Book of Darkness & Light: “Mesmerising”, “Atmospheric & creepy”, and “Beautifully haunting storytelling.”
Age guideline 14+
Adam Z. Robinson is a writer of theatre, short fiction and film. His gothic storytelling show The Book of Darkness & Light willtour from September 2016 - January 2017, supported by funding from Arts Council England. Adam wrote the short film The Split(dir. Ed Rigg) which played at several international film festivals in 2015/16. He is currently working on a new storytelling show for 2017/18. He is the author of several stage productions, including Little Red (Edinburgh Fringe, 2008) and Bad House (co-written with Lucy Arnold, NSDF 2010). He has several years experience leading creative writing workshops in schools, arts organisations and theatres.