Explore adapting work for the stage with writer Stephanie Street, whose plays include adaptations of Wuthering Heights and The Reluctant Fundamentalist
After the session, all writers attending this workshop are invited to submit a short piece of work to the Octagon to receive written feedback from the Literary team. 
Stephanie Street
Stephanie is an actress, writer, director and campaigner. Born and raised in Singapore, she read English at Cambridge University before training as an actor at LAMDA. 

As a writer her debut play Sisters re-opened the Sheffield Crucible Studio in 2010 and in 2018 her play Dragonflies won Best Original Script at the Straits Times Theatre Awards in Singapore. She has adapted for theatre Wuthering Heights and The Reluctant Fundamentalist (nominated for the 2018 Amnesty International Freedom of Expression and  Carol Tambor Best of Edinburgh awardsand is a columnist for The Stage, the world’s oldest theatre publication.

Stephanie co-founded and chairs The Act for Change Project which campaigns for representative diversity in the performing arts and sits on the board of Chichester Festival Theatre.

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Wednesday 24 March, 7-8.30pm


Online Zoom Workshop






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