Come find out why over 1800 people have taken this writing workshop and why it's India's most popular creative writing event. Brought to you by Akshay Gajria, Director of Tall Tales, Mumbai's leading storytelling organisation.
Note: You do not need to take both days of the class to participate. Saturday is Part 1 and Sunday is Part 2 and you do not need to attend Part 1 in order to follow Part 2.
The workshop features tons of brand new concepts, exercises, games, and group work designed to teach you how stories are structured and how you can transform your writing immediately. From how to create unforgettable characters to how to breathe life into the architecture of your story writing, this workshop walks you through more than ten of the essential pillars of narrative design.
And it's all designed for writers of ANY level of experience. Have never tried your hand at creative writing? You've come to the right place. This is a welcoming, encouraging, and supportive atmosphere. Have lots of experience writing for yourself or others? You've also found the perfect place to spend your weekend. You'll expand your skill set and learn all kinds of ways to develop and professionalize your repertoire even more.
You can register for one OR both days of the workshop. If you register for both days, Saturday AND Sunday, you get a discount on the total. The fee is Rs. 5000 for both days or Rs. 3000 for one day. Only fully registered participants will be allowed in. Both days run from 10am to 5pm with a lunch break.
Dates: 10 August - 11 August 2019
Day 1 - The Map - Learn the details of the universal narrative structure and why it's critical to understanding stories.
Day 2 - The Motion - Put your theory into action and learn the key priorities to make a story not just interesting but unforgettable.
Location: Doolally TapRoom, Khar
Only fully registered participants will be allowed.
Note: For Tall Tales alumni who have taken our workshop before, you are welcome to come for free. Just email us to tell us you're coming. This offer only applies to people who have taken the Tall Tales Workshop in the year before, cross referenced with our list of alumni.
10:00 am-05:00 pm, Sat, Aug 10, 2019