At our manuscript evening on 27 July, four members read out their work and received feedback from the group. It was an enjoyable evening, and we all benefited from considering the issues raised.
On 10 August, local writer, director and script editor, Christine Harmar-Brown came to deliver her verdict on the 19 entries in our Dramatic Monologue competition. In first place was Vicky Armstrong with her 19th century diary, ‘Six Months in the Life of Miss Hill’, praised for its subtle revelation of character. Second was the original and thought-provoking ‘Grammarbot’ by Caroline Wardle. Sally-Ann Clark’s authentically voiced ‘Getting a Word in Edgeways’. Fourth was ‘Wife in the Gulf’ by Roz Balp.
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