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Cortijo Romero
Cortijo Romero

Write In The Moment

Draw on your personal story to fire up the writer within

From Saturday Apr 21, 2018 to Saturday Apr 28, 2018
Cost: £720.00
Availability: CALL

Drawing on the power of the group, we will use an exciting mixture of drama, movement and reflective group work to put you right in the moment and discover exactly what it is you want to put down on paper. A user-friendly fusion designed to inspire, fire-up and fine-tune your creative writing - be that poetry, drama or prose.

Join us on this richly expressive week as together we sensitively draw on your personal stories, banish those inkier demons and rouse your writer within. Everyone welcome, no special experience of writing or drama required. Just bring a favourite pen and prepare to be amazed at yourself.

"Charlie Moritz was an absolutely first class course leader, completely excellent and held the group really well. I would highly recommend him." - Melissa Gledhill

"Charlie is a warm and caring counsellor. He manages to make each individual feel secure enough to give freely of himself." - David Collett

Course Leader

Charlie Moritz

Charlie is a dramatherapist, a writer and an accomplished workshop leader who has led many groups with people of very different ages and backgrounds in the UK and abroad. He aims always to promote a warm and strongly supportive atmosphere where feelings and expression can flourish and flow.




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People Say…

"Charlie held the group in a natural way so that we all felt held, heard and appreciated for our own voice. I liked his approach allowing for whatever was needed to arise and be explored so some deep stuff could be revealed without a feeling of heaviness or judgement. He had a gentle approach which was very allowing and opening. "

Rebecca Faro