Take your first step as game designer, world builder, and imaginative performer, in this introductory course on table top roleplaying games.
Learn and play the gaming pastime that has been taking the world by storm. Experience the collaborative storytelling games genre, learn the skills and confidence to play, run and hack your own games.
Discover how roleplay can build your confidence, creativity, literacy and performance skills. Run by Wales-based digital creative, game designer and facilitator Tom Burmeister of PlayFrame.
Have you always been interested in trying a roleplaying game but didn’t know where to start? Do you want to run your own games as Games Master? Are you curious about the thriving rules-light indie RPG scene?
Over six weeks you'll discover and play different game systems, create characters, develop and playtest thrilling encounters, and find everything you need to get you started in this amazing creative practice.
Whether you're completely new to the scene or an experienced story-teller, an aspiring performer or game designer, all are welcome at our table.
WHO IS IT FOR?
The courses are available to anyone aged 14 – 25 from all backgrounds across Wales.
WHEN IS IT?
Every Tuesday, 4.30pm – 6.30pm for six weeks, starting on 18 January 2022.
Once you've registered we'll send you more information about the course.
This course has six sessions taking place on: 18 January, 25 January, 1 February, 8 February, 15 February and 22 February and you’ll need to attend each one. Please add one ticket to your basket to book your place on the entire course.
Age limit: 14 – 25 years old
Creative Voice is a unique training programme offering young people the platform to explore their interests, express themselves, build creative confidence, and to share their narrative through practical learning.
These courses will be taking place in smaller groups to allow for social-distancing, with Covid safety measures in place throughout. All participants are strongly encouraged to take a lateral flow test before arriving.
This activity is funded by Arts Council Wales and Welsh Government.