Mon 30th Jan 2023 at 11:00am ends 12:00pm on 3rd Feb 2023
Bennett Arron presents:
“A brilliant introduction to the principles of sitcom writing and actually a whole lot of fun too”
Iain Coyle, Commissioning Editor at DAVE
“We have used Bennett as a script consultant many times. You will learn tons about writing (and selling) really successful comedy scripts”
Elaine Cameron, Producer of Men Behaving Badly and Sherlock
Have you always wanted to write Comedy? Do you have an idea for a Sitcom but don’t know where to start? Have you started a Sitcom script but don’t know how to finish it?
Whether you are a first time writer or an experienced one, this Sitcom Writing Workshop will help you develop your ideas.
Run by award-winning Writer and Comedian Bennett Arron who has had over 30 sitcom scripts and a feature film produced on television and has written for several BAFTA-winning programmes, the Workshop will include:
How To Start From a Blank Page
How to Submit Scripts to Producers
By the end of the Workshop you will have written a scene for a Brand New Sitcom which Bennett will read and give notes.
Since attending the Workshops, previous students have:
The Workshop will be live via Zoom for an hour a day (11am – 12pm) from Monday 30th January until Friday 3rd February 2023
Very limited spaces available
Loved this course ! Really informative, fun and absolutely flew by ! A great bunch also in the group , first experience of what a writers room would be like ! Bennett was absolutely hilarious and facilitated the sessions with such professionalism . Answered lots of questions and left us all with an understanding of how to write a script and a comedy sit com . Just brilliant !
Review left at 3:04pm on Sat 4th Feb 2023
Review left at 8:20pm on Sat 4th Feb 2023
This was one of the best courses I have ever undertaken. I learnt so much from Bennett and it has totally changed my approach to sitcom writing. I would recommend this in a heartbeat to any interested in developing a sitcom.
Review left at 8:58pm on Mon 6th Feb 2023