Write On

A weekly Scriptwriting group


Led by experienced workshop leader Angela Street, Write On allows you to explore issues and personal development through the medium of words. Play with language and structure, have fun with comedy and get dramatic with your imagination…

Learn about creative dialogue, characters, sounds and scripts that give voice to your untold stories. As well as the writing exercises, writers have the option of a mini mentoring session with Angie to discuss their writing.

New participants are always welcome! Please contact Angie on the details below to find out more.


Dates and Times

When: Write On meets weekly on a Tuesday morning, on set terms throughout the year.

Where:  Sarum College, 19 The Close, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2EE

Spring Term: Tuesday 3rd April –  Tuesday 8th May

Summer Term: Tuesday 29th May – Tuesday 28th August

(Please contact Angie for rooms and detailed dates as some weeks are not consecutive)

Time: 10.30am  – 12.30

Cost: £5 / £3 concs

*Cost has been kept low to include as many people as possible, but do get in touch if you’d like a bursary place. It would be appreciated if exact money can be given on the day as we have limited change.

For more information and to book a place,                                                                               please contact Angie Street by emailing angelastreet@tiscali.co.uk


Angie says…

“The writers, I think, are surprising themselves, and me, with what they can produce in a short space of time, especially those who are new to writing, or are used to traditional teaching methods. To give you a flavour of what we’ve done so far: Comedy Monologues, Extreme Language Play, and we then looked at different structures, and ways of creating characters, and giving voice to inanimate objects. Participants are free to write dialogue, poetry, prose, or anything else that takes their fancy.”

Participants say…

 “It’s very freeing.

“Everything’s a surprise. My eyebrows go up under my hairline.”

“Most importantly, we make each other laugh.”

“It’s so much fun…and I’m learning so much.”

“Come and give it a try, even if you think you can’t write.”

“Can’t wait for my two hours’ stint at WRITE ON on Tuesdays. We could do with a few more would-be writers to join the fun we have with words. Brush off the dust and cobwebs and show the world you can write. Give it a try, eh?”