We are delighted that TV and Film actress Esther Hall will be joining us for this workshop. Esther has over twenty years of experience as an actress in front of the camera and several years before that on the stage. This is a wonderful opportunity to hear Esther’s views on your ideas and chat to her about creating the best characters for the screen. Esther has stared in many high profile TV series such as BLACK MIRROR, SILENT WITNESS, ROME, WAKING THE DEAD, VERA, FAT FRIENDS as well as CORONATION STREET, DOCTORS and MIDSUMMER MURDERS. The first part of the morning will focus on short film writing before Esther arrives To buy tickets please click here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/film-workshop-tickets-54670693516
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