Nicola Werenowska, a slim white woman with mid-length light-brown hair. Caption to the right reads: Writing Place: East Anglia and Beyond. with Nicola Werenowska.

Writing Place: East Anglia and Beyond with Nicola Werenowska

13th March 2024


13th March 2024
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Online [via Zoom]

Wednesday 13th March 2024: 6.30pm – 8.30pm

Reflecting on her practice of writing place for the stage and her own journey working as a Neurodivergent Playwright, Nicola’s free, 2-hour workshop will take you to East Anglia and beyond!

Who is this workshop for?

This workshop is aimed at Neurodivergent playwrights at any stage in their career as well as creatives interested in working with Neurodivergent artists and telling Neurodivergent stories.

What form will the workshop take?

Led by Nicola Werenowska and co-hosted by George Boundy from HighTide, the workshop will explore how playwrights can build a strong sense of place into their writing through guided discussion and creative exercises. Participants will be encouraged to join in, however, they are also welcome to simply listen and watch.

Do I need to pre-book to take part in this workshop? 

Yes, please book your free place via our website. If you require any help with your booking, please contact us.

How will I access the workshop?

About 3 hours before the workshop starts, you will receive an email from HighTide which will include a Zoom link.

Nicola Werenowska is an Artistic Associate of HighTide and recently wrote The Beach Hut for HighTide’s Ghost Stories By Candlelight production. Find out more about Nicola here.