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New Words 2010

Stand and Deliver

An interactive and practical workshop for writers to develop their performance style


Sunday 12 September 2010
11am – 1pm

Stewart's Hall, Huntly [Map]

Admission £5 (concessions £3)
Maximum 12 participants — booking essential — please email

This interactive and practical workshop provides a friendly and encouraging atmosphere for you to try out various styles of presentation under the guidance of an experienced theatre director. Andi Ross will use a variety of techniques to raise your awareness of your potential as a performer.

You will leave the workshop with a better understanding of how to present your work effectively to an audience.

For this workshop you are asked to bring along examples of your own writing to work with. This is important for you to get the most out of the workshop.

Andi Ross

Andi Ross was born and brought up in Aberdeenshire. She trained at Aberdeen College of Education and graduated as a drama teacher, secondary and primary. Since then Andi has worked primarily as a director in youth theatre, community theatre and in the professional theatre. She has worked for many organisations, both here and abroad, including Theatre Workshop Edinburgh as Senior Drama Worker and as Associate Director at the Tron, Glasgow. For the last eight years however she has worked as a Cultural Coordinator for Edinburgh City Council. At present Andi is working as Project Manager for Attfife and the National Theatre of Scotland. She is also directing an operatic version of The Tempest for the St Magnus Festival, Orkney.

Promoted by

Huntly Writers

Supported by

Stewart's Hall
Aberdeenshire Council
North East Writers

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Supported by Aberdeenshire Council

Vibrant Aberdeen

Aberdeen City Council

Bookfestival Scotland

Scottish Book Trust

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