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One-day Workshop

Online Workshop

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This Workshop breaks down what makes a story and helps you to create a writing plan that will make your writing more focused and enjoyable.  

 'Story' shows you how to overcome any barriers of why you shouldn't write and builds writing confidence, in a  relaxed, friendly environment. 

We also look at the positives of writing for wellbeing and how to make time to write in a busy life. 

“If you think you can do a thing or think you can't do a thing, you're right.” – Henry Ford



I attended Luke's one-day Story workshop and had a really enjoyable day. He helped me improve how I plan and construct a story, and I found Luke's suggestions and insight on character arcs helped me to see a difficulty I've been having in a new light. I'd very much recommend the workshop if you are either a new writer or someone who has been writing for a long time and could use some creative support and guidance.


Saturday 20th January - 10am - 3pm 





Also available - Story talks and Story Development.

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About me


Welcome to Story, my aim is to help writers understand the most important element of writing: Story. Then secondly, to actually write. At the same time, building writing confidence and providing a relaxed and friendly atmosphere to create. No matter your experience, no matter which format you want to create in (novel, screenplay, short story, shopping list) writing is something that everyone can enjoy and feel the benefits to your mental wellbeing.

Hi, I’m Luke, I’m a writer, I have been since I wrote my first dodgy teenage poem at twelve, and I have never stopped (although I quit the poetry, hopefully, got better and show people now). After years of struggling with the inner need to be a writer but not knowing how, I managed to lie my way (lies are just stories) into university to study creative writing, the first thing the university taught me was that I was, am, dyslexic. Luckily for me, at the same time, I discovered stand-up comedy, a form of writing that uses short, edited stories, hundreds of ideas and doesn’t care about spelling.

Despite leaving school with no GCSEs, I now have a creative writing degree, a master's degree in Scriptwriting for television and radio and lots of student debt.

As a writer, I spent over ten years as a professional stand-up comedian (yes comics write, they don’t just make it up as they go) performing in over thirteen countries and taking multiple shows to the Edinburgh Festival. I’ve won writing competitions and had my short film Angel Falls made, which won multiple awards (see below).

My workshops are friendly and relaxed, they can be interactive but no one is ever under pressure. I aim to inspire you to enjoy writing and offer guidance that will make writing easier. I don’t agree that you are either a writer or you are not, writing is fun and can be a hobby. Personally, I find writing therapeutic and a daily sense of enjoyment and achievement.

If you want to try writing, whether you have dreams of being the next JK Rowling or you just want to write for yourself, register an interest Above.


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I have a two-year-old, meaning I have had no recent photos taken of just me.


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Thank you for visiting

If you have any questions about courses or writing, feel free to email me

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