Friday 29 September
16:00 - 16:45

Going Off Script

National Young Writers Festival

The writer's role on stage, film, TV and the net varies, but all must negotiate the difficulties of their words leaving the page. It can be a magical experience or a series of horrors and corruption of vision. Our five panellist discuss the many challenges and glories of words as they go off script and share the organisations and people they meet on the way.

Alex Philp, Tasnim Hossain, Lisa Divissi, Hannah Reich

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