Writing & Selling TV Comedy Course, London, starts 24th Aug 2014.

A Unique 6 week course, delivered by Dave Cohen. More details on the course are available here.

Comedian, Perrier nominee in a previous century, founder member of the Comedy Store Players – in the 1980s Dave Cohen was an averagely successful stand-up comedian. In recent years he has become more known as a comedy writer, having written for Have I Got News For You and Not Going Out and writing loads of songs for the hit BBC Childrens’ Show Horrible Histories.

Dave has been teaching comedy writing since 2006, and last year published 'How To Be Averagely Successful At Comedy', which is the main text for students on the National Film and Television School comedy writing course, and has been described as 'an engrossing entertaining read' by Chortle and 'funny, clever and wise' by Arthur Smith.

He also offers courses on how to write sitcom as well as comedy for radio.

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£395 to be paid upon booking. Payment will cover all course materials, tuition and free entry to the showcase event.

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