Performers from all backgrounds and disciplines undertake a gruelling series of auditions, including a youth round for 11-16 year olds, before 20 of them are chosen to perform in front of an audience and to impress a panel of professionals who are in a position to progress their careers. MonologueSlam UK brings you the newest and most exciting talent in the UK!
If you’d like to be in with a chance of winning a free ticket to this event on 31st October, visit Hiive.
Deadline: 24 October 2016
Nick Hern Books is running a competition offering free tickets to see ‘Let the Right One In’ in the West End.
For more details on how to enter, see their website:
Source: Nick Hern Books e-newsletter
Nick Hern Books is offering a giveaway of free tickets to the Thursday 20 March matinee performance of Vicky Jones’ play ‘The One’, which won the Soho Theatre’s Verity Bargate Award in 2013.
For details of the play and how to enter, see their website:
Deadline: 4 March 2014 at noon
Source: Nick Hern Books Newsletter
Theatre503 will be holding Writers Nights’ for its upcoming production of Mucky Kid on 12 & 13 November 2103.
Theatre 503 Writer’s Nights are a great night out – they give writers the opportunity to:
- See the show at a discounted rate;
- Meet and talk to the lovely team at Theatre503
- Prepare to submit to a Theatre503 Rapid Write Response
The Rapid Write Response gives writers a chance to write a short response to the full-length play. Theatre503 selects their favourite entries, which they produce in a one-off evening performance. (More information here.)
To get the Writers’ Night promo code and keep up to date on these events, sign up for their Writers Newsletter by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Theatre503 has a special offer of £8.50 tickets for its current programming. Offer available until 26 October, use the promo code ‘HOTBED’ when booking.
Selected from the outstanding 2013 Cambridge Festival of New Writing, Theatre503 presents Steve Waters’ Why Can’t We Live Together? followed by two short pieces from the What’s Up Doc? series as a double-bill of instant quality and lasting depth.
More details about the three show programme available below.
Short, sharp and brilliantly observed, life flickers in front of us at break-neck speed.
Collaborator: Professor Richard Horner, University of Toronto.