LEARN to STRUCTURE YOUR STORY with the NARRATIVE PROFESSIONALS
In Into The Woods, John Yorke explains why all stories have the same underlying narrative structure. We’ll help you understand that shape and how to apply it to your work, whether you’re making TV, video games, novels or writing a tweet. Join us for:
“From the gossip we share, to the TV series we binge on, to the political narratives that shape our lives — stories define us. Learn how they work and transform the way you do everything.”
THE NARRATIVE TEAM
“I felt very inspired by learning from John, whose passion and experience was illuminating from beginning to end. I recommend this course to anyone interested in storytelling.”
BECTU Vision and Drama Training
“I found John’s book, the course and his feedback on my treatment very useful and have been applying his Ten Questions and Five Act Structure ideas to pretty much all of my writing ever since. Having read a multitude of books on screenwriting and writing, I have found John’s theory and approach so refreshing, challenging – and yet so simple. It’s an absolute gift.”
Course participant, Endemol Shine Nederland 2018
WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT the BOOK
“A mind blower… an incredibly dense but very readable tome about the art of storytelling. Really worth a read.”Lenny Henry
“The best book on the subject I’ve read.”
“All script-writers will want to read Into the Woods. All plots and archetypes BUSTED.”Caitlin Moran
“I don’t always enjoy books on writing, but Into The Woods by John Yorke is brilliant on story structure.”Ken Follett
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Video game narrative designer Simon Wasselin speaks to our Story for Video Games students about his journey in the industry, how to balance gameplay and narrative and what he looks for in writers.
Our Story for Business course tutor Richard Benson explains how writing business stories in five acts creates more impact than three, and why all businesses must understand why good story structure can build effective, emotional connections with their audience.