26 Mar 2020 - 26 Mar 2020
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
1666 Pacific Highway (Cnr Ada Avenue)
Wahroonga, NSW, Australia
02 9473 7774
Always wanted to write a crime novel? Then you won’t want to miss this workshop.
Thursday 26 March 2020
9 am-12 noon
$40 per person
Betty Archdale Library
Abbotsleigh Senior School
Darcy-Lee Tindale is the Speech and Drama Coordinator at Abbotsleigh, actor, author, theatresports player, director and has appeared in television commercials, film and on stage. She has written comedy for radio, stage, media personalities, comedians and theatre restaurants.
Darcy’s children’s books include Thumb Pickles and Other Cautionary Preserve, and What Good is a Goat? and her plays, poems, articles and short stories have been published in a number of publications and her work has been nominated for and won many awards.
Darcy has directed plays at Newtown Theatre, St Martin’s Theatre in Victoria, Parramatta Riverside Theatre, Belvoir Theatre, the Seymour Centre and Abbotsleigh. She has been a long time performer with IMPROAustralia, having performed in shows across NSW, and has been a judge and host for The Schools Theatresports Challenge.
Darcy is an author speaker with the Australian Society of Authors and Greenleaf Press. She is regularly invited to schools where she conducts workshops for students and adults on short story writing, playwriting and other aspects of the writing craft. Darcy has her ATCL and FTCL Trinity Guildhall Diploma and a BA in Creative Writing.