…would the Dregs Party include an ensemble of musicians howling along to Werewolves of Gateshead…
…would the School’s Chairman appear in green and white bloomers in our own version of Romeo and Juliet…
…and then reappear moments later in dinner jacket and bow tie to lead us in Auld Lang Syne.
Rounding It All Off
It’s been another great week at Swanwick Writers’ Summer School. My personal thanks go to Simon Hall for his novel writing course and 1:1 advice; to Kate Bendelow, Sue Moorcroft, Erin Kelly, Michael Jecks and Lucy Fox Thomas for their specialist courses; and to all the facilitators for Lift Up Your Pens and Ideas Generators. Those were the sessions I attended – but I know from chatting to other delegates at mealtimes, that all the tutors are much appreciated.
Once again the entertainment has been superb and we seem to have laughed our way through the whole week.
Elizabeth Ducie was a successful international manufacturing consultant, when she decided to give it all up and start telling lies for a living instead.
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