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Dublin Book Festival 2019: Story Writing Workshop

Fighting Words is delighted once again to host a workshop as part of this year's Dublin Book Festival!  Join us for a fun and imaginative workshop where we will create characters and write a story together. 

Then write your own ending, draw pictures and at the end of the workshop, take your story home to show all your family and friends!

Date: Saturday, 16 November 2019
Location: Fighting Words, Behan Square, 12-16 Russell Street, Dublin 1 D01 WD53
Time: 10.30am to 12.30pm
Age Range: 8-10 years 

Men's Shed

The Men's Shed from Marino-Fairview attended four creative workshops at Fighting Words over September and October. They wrote personal memoir stories that looked back at their various careers. They also collaborated on a fictional story called 'Just the Job'. The story is set in a typical workplace environment in Dublin in the late 1970s.

Moving Through The City - Graphic Fiction & Creative Writing at Fighting Words

Participants will imagine together a new form of public transport for Dublin city and write individual stories happening at each stop.

A graphic fiction/creative writing workshop as part of the Irish Architecture Foundation's Open House Junior Festival, young people are invited to use their imaginations to consider how we move through our environment.

  • Age: 14-17

  • Location: Fighting Words, Behan Square, 12-16 Russell Street, Dublin 1 D01 WD53

  • Time: 11.00am to 1.00pm

This workshop is free but places are limited. 

Writing for Theatre - Young Playwrights Programme at the Riverbank Arts Centre in Newbridge Co. Kildare!

Fighting Words are leading a playwriting programme at Riverbank Arts Centre that will support young writers (18-21 years) to create a new work for the stage. In a series of group workshops led by the Fighting Words team, participants will learn playwriting skills including how to write characters and structure a duologue. The writers will receive supportive feedback on their work and will be encouraged to realise their artistic vision.

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