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#WrAP is back for 2020! Write a play in January!

Ok, so it may be only October, but with the nights getting longer and the air getting colder, we thought it was high time we announced #WrAP2020. If you thought January was all about broken resolutions and doom and gloom – think again! Here at London Playwrights we use the first month of the year …

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LPW Play Club: Submission Window #4 Now Open!

The fourth and final submission window is officially open for #PlayClub! We’re looking for brand new short plays written in response to this month’s play: Barber Shop Chronicles by Inua Ellams. Selected plays will be given a rehearsed reading at a special event at the end of the year! Plays must be direct responses to …

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Interviewing Playwrights: Jennifer Cerys & Samia Djilli

In the lasted post in our Interviewing Playwrights series, Jennifer Cerys and Samia Djilli sit down to talk about their double bill of plays, Different Sand and Willow. “In theatre it is expected to have more than one hat. It is natural to juggle.” Sitting in Rich Mix, on a Thursday afternoon, I wait for …

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LPW Play Club: Submission Window #3 Now Open!

The third submission window is officially open for #PlayClub! We’re looking for brand new short plays written in response to this month’s play: Fleabag by Phoebe Waller-Bridge. Selected plays will be given a rehearsed reading at a special event at the end of the year! Plays must be direct responses to Fleabag, this can be …

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Interviewing Playwrights: Tegan McLeod

In her first project as our Artistic Development Manager, Jane Ryan will be introducing us to some of today’s most exciting playwrights! In our ‘Interviewing Playwrights’ series, Jane will be chatting to various writers about themselves, their inspiration, and their latest projects. First up is an interview with Tegan McLeod, whose play Lunatic 19’s; A …

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The Playwriting Elevator Pitch: Why the First Ten Pages of Your Script Really Matter

As part of our Script Consulting Service, we now offer feedback on the first 10 pages of your script. But why is it so important to get those first few pages right? We asked Script Reader, Nika Obydzinski, to tell us more and share her tips for hooking the reader in those vital opening pages… Say …

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LPW Play Club: Submission Window 2 Now Open!

The second submission window is officially open for #PlayClub! We want brand new short plays written in response to this month’s play: Trestle by Stewart Pringle. Selected plays will be given a rehearsed reading at a special event at the end of the year! Plays must be direct responses to Trestle, this can be anything …

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