The London Comedy Writers Festival has officially started, with the first of our THREE Tuesday night sessions, ‘Making Misery Bear’ and a Guide To Social Media’. Here’s what the delegates who attended last night said…
‘Really good session last night and set the tone for the comedy Festival going forward….As a writer who spends far too much time in my study and not enough time meeting people or getting involved in such stuff, it was a real call to arms’
Sign up for the festival below (use discount code CHRIS JONES to get £25 off)
We filmed the Misery Bear session last night and will be making it available to our Comedy Festival Delegates in the Delegate Network, which is launching next week. That’s another great reason to sign up to the festival right now…
Next Tuesday, meet the co-creator of ‘Red Dwarf’
Rob Grant of ‘Red Dwarf’ fame will be running the next Tuesday night session at Ealing Studios, titled ‘The Secrets Of Comedy’. This will be a formal seminar and an extraordinary chance to learn from one of the biggest names in comedy / sci fi genre. This session is free to London Comedy Festival Delegates
Get Inspired with the writer of ‘Chalet Girl’
Live, Thursday March 17th, 7.30pm UK time, festival director Chris Jones will be interviewing the writer of ‘Chalet Girl’ Tom Williams about the amazing journey he has been on with his first screenplay… from taking the first steps all the way to a nationwide theatrical release this weekend.
You know you are on the right track when you see posters for the movie you wrote on telephone boxes and on the sides of buses. Don’t miss the Production Office LIVE for this extraordinary opportunity to ask Tom your questions. Thursday, 7.30pm UK time, LIVE www.productionoffice.org
And the speakers and sessions for the main festival over the weekend of April 9th and 10th are just getting better and better.
Check out the speaker list here (now over 50 professional speakers)
Check out the schedule here…
Sign up here (remember that discount code of CHRISJONES to get £25 off)
See you there!
Onwards and upwards!
Chris Jones, Film Maker and Author