One Minute Monologue
What is it?
It is a new monologue competition, where young people write a 1
-minute monologue and submit to the Rudolph Walker Foundation.
Winners will perform and celebrate their monologue at an international on-line event to a panel of professionals from the TV and
Young people from the UK and Trinidad & Tobago are invited to take
Rudolph Walker Foundation will provide material to support staff and
young people through the writing and performance process.
The project gives young people a platform to showcase their creativity,
be an ambassador for their school/ project and connect them with
their peers from across the world in new, artistic ways.
Who’s it for?
The project will develop skills for work and life.
Core competencies addressed are:
Creative Practise: Emotional Literacy/ Risk Taking/ Reflective Practise Oral & Written Communications/ Information Technology Application
Personal Excellence: Tenacity/Advocacy/Self-Awareness/Professionalism/Work Ethic/Leadership
Thinking: Analysing/ Planning/ Decision making /Critical Thinking /Problem Solving.
Relationship Building: Role Modelling/Collaboration/Teamwork
For further information on how to enter and entry ideas email:
“I have been struck by the strength and wisdom of young people over the last year, despite all the challenges they have had to face. I believe we need to hear their hopes, dreams, and experiences; they are our future and inspiration.
The One Minute Monologue Competition gives them the platform they deserve and help us to see the world in a new or different way!
Please support and encourage the young people with whom you work to enter… I can’t wait to hear and see their work.”
Rudolph Walker CBE.