Riverside Studios is delighted to present Riverscribes, a regular drop-in playwriting group suitable for anyone over the age of 18. Whether you’re working on a script and want some creative inspiration, you're intrigued by the idea of writing a play, or you simply want a creative outlet, these monthly meetups are informal, fun and open to everyone.
Led by actor and writer, Nadine Gray, Riverscribes is a place to develop your playwriting skills through ice-breakers, writing exercises and the sharing of ideas. There will also be an opportunity to test out the scripts of the group with script-in-hand performances.
Riverscribes meet every third Wednesday of the month at Riverside Studios in Hammersmith from 7pm-8:30pm. Tickets are £5 and free for Dive In Members. Find out if you are eligible for our free Dive In Membership here.
If you would like to donate more and support our community programme so we can deliver more workshops like these, you can do so here.
About Nadine Gray
Nadine Gray is an Actor, Writer & Facilitator. She has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Acting from The University of Central Lancashire. As a facilitator, she has taught in a range of different establishments including Lyric Hammersmith, Southwark Playhouse, West Acton Primary School and as a youth worker for Action on Disability.
For her first play, Nadine was mentored by the award-winning playwright, Simon Stephens. Nadine is currently writing a full-length play in which she will star, and over the last year and a half, she has been facilitating the Black Writers collective at Southwark Playhouse. This year, Nadine has been working on voice recording projects with The Barbican and BBC Radio 4.