About Creative Writing Masterclass: Tania Lacy Writing 'Funny'!
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'Learning from the Masters' with Tania Lacy.
Writing comedy and injecting humour into your novel, screenplay or play is a skill, and one few people know as well as Tania Lacy. Lacy is an accomplished comedy writer for TV, film, stage and also children’s books with her new title ‘Tracy Lacy is Completely Coo-Coo Bananas’ publishing in September.
During this two-hour creative writing Masterclass, Tania Lacy will;
• Help answer the questions – ‘How do I know if it’s funny?’, ‘Will anyone else think it’s funny?’
• Talk about how you find the confidence to trust your humour and get it on the page.
• Share strategies and approaches to story structure, writing practice and discipline
• Explore the range of tools available to help writers hone their humour and weave it into their work.
• Discuss what’s funny and why.
This masterclass will appeal to writers of all skill levels who have a desire to learn and improve with assistance from one of the leaders in the field. By the completion of the class you will know ‘funny’.
¹VIP ticket includes priority allocated seating and a signed copy of Tania’s book ‘Tracy Lacy is Completely Coo-Coo Bananas’
Tickets are strictly limited so book your place now for this unique and informative experience.
Daily Review Masterclasses are presented in partnership with Bangarra Dance Theatre, Sydney.
Profile - Tania Lacy
Lacy, famously came to prominence writing and performing sketches and character pieces on the ABC program 'The Factory'. In 1992 Lacy wrote and toured her one-woman show, 'Tania Lacy – All Of Me', securing a slot at the Edinburgh Comedy Festival, where she was short-listed for the Perrier Award. After writing scripts for shorts and feature films, Lacy turned her creative writing skills towards writing for younger audiences – including cartoon series’ G2G and Sumo Mouse seen on Network Ten and ABC 3. Lacy has a comedy series in development with Moody Street Productions, has written screenplays (including London Calling which is slated for production with director Dominic Minghella) and has written a children’s book ‘Tracy Lacy is Completely Coo-Coo Bananas’ which is released by Scholastic Australia in September. Tania currently lives in Berlin with her husband and son.
Event Capacity: 50
Please note: This is a Wheelchair accessible event.
Tickets may be refunded if you contact us at least 14 days before the course start date. Please see our terms and conditions for more information on our refund policy.