Explore our fantastic range of part-time, evening and weekend creative writing courses, from complete beginners right up to workshops for seasoned authors.
You can try your hand at writing for children, poetry, autobiography, fiction writing, playwriting and more! Creative writing is one of London's most popular classes, so please book early to avoid disappointment!
Give creative writing a try in a fun and supportive environment. Ideal if you want to express yourself but need help in getting started. Guided exercises will encourage you to experiment and unlock your imagination.
Are you an experienced writer of autobiographical prose or poetry? This advanced workshop will provide you with in-depth feedback as you revise and improve your work. Suitable for students who have an ongoing project.
For experienced writers, this supportive but rigorous workshop offers the perfect opportunity to develop your novel or short story. Receive in-depth feedback and benefit from detailed group discussions on the art of fiction.
Whether writing for self-discovery, testimony or to tell your story, learn how to make your work evocative and powerful. Explore various resources for autobiography, from diaries to dreams, memories and fantasy.
What makes a great biography? Learn to experiment with your own life writing as you uncover the techniques and methods of this exciting genre with a professional biographer. (Please note that the dates of this course have changed and it will now run from 2 May - 11 July.).
Explore practical and imaginative approaches to creative non fiction, including travel writing, life writing and the essay. Analyse published work, produce your own pieces, and benefit from detailed feedback.
Escape the constraints of the logical mind through creative games with writing and imagination. Give yourself permission to play and generate raw material for your art on this stimulating one-day course.
Enjoy talking with other people about the things you have read? Want to share great stories & poems? Come along and join the conversation. The group is led by a shared reading practitioner trained by The Reader Organisation. It's free and you can join at any time during the course. Prospective students should attend one session as a visitor before enrolling. If you are interested, please contact the Writing Department (firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7492 2717). Term dates: