Saturday 16th September 2023, 10:00am

Ten Clever Tips for Good Dramatic Writing

Postponed - Murder Mystery Writing Masterclass with Greg Mosse

Suitable for stage and screen, as well as novelists, Greg Mosse will share ten dynamic techniques for murder mystery writers, generating compelling scenes of conflict that reveal and develop character - plus clever ways to integrate these scenes into powerful broader storylines, full of red herrings and robust clues.

Greg Mosse is a 'writer and encourager of writers', husband of international bestselling author, Kate Mosse. He has lived and worked in Paris, New York, Los Angeles and Madrid, but grew up - like the hero of his cosy-crime novel Murder at Church Lodge - in rural south-west Sussex. In 2014, he founded the Criterion New Writing programme in the heart of the West End and, since then, has produced more than 25 of his own plays and musicals. His thriller, The Coming Darkness, was published by Moonflower in 2022.


Unfortunately, due to events beyond our control, we will have to postpone this event until 14 September 2024. If you have purchased a ticket, will automatically send you a full refund.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused and look forward to welcome you along to one of our other events over the festival.

Thank you for your understanding.


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