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Seasons Greetings from London Playwrights!

It’s that time of year again and all of us at London Playwrights’ Workshop would like to wish you a very happy festive season! We’d also like to thank you for your support over the last year. To all our members, we honestly can’t thank you enough for your continued support and for making it …

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London Playwrights’ Workshop: Writer Development Programme

We recently announced the launch of London Playwrights 2020, the new writer development programme for 2020 and we’re pleased to bring you a bit more information on this exciting new opportunity! 4 playwrights will be selected to develop their plays with us over the course of 2020, culminating in a rehearsed reading in London in …

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Take part in #WrAP2020 for the chance to win a place on our new writer development programme

#WrAP2020 announcement! We promised this year’s #WrAP (write a play) challenge would be better than ever, and now we’re going to tell you why! This year, we’ll be inviting all #WrAP2020 participants to submit their work to us. Up to 4 writers will then be selected to take part in our brand new development programme …

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Don’t Send Flowers by Emily Garside – rehearsed reading invite!

LPW member Emily Garside would like to invite the London Playwrights community to a rehearsed reading of her play ‘Don’t Send Flowers’ at 1.30pm Friday 15th November at the Drayton Arms. Following a successful run in Cardiff, Wolverhampton and Oldham this year, Emily is working with a new team to bring the piece to London in …

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We are looking for an Intern to join the LPW team!

London Playwrights’ Workshop is looking for an intern to support our work. If you’re passionate about new writing, interested in blogging, and happy to give a wide variety of tasks your best shot, then we want to hear from you! What we’re looking for: we’re looking for someone with a keen eye for detail, who …

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LPW launches Podcast with Temi Wilkey, One Fine Play & The Bush Theatre

We have a super exciting announcement to make! We’ve launched a podcast – and as it’s all about playwrights, we think you’re going to love it! Created by the brilliant OneFinePlay, and supported by the Bush Theatre, this brand new podcast features playwright and actress Temi Wilkey talking to writers about how they create theatre. …

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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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The Self Producing Handbook: Now live!

Our next fantastic resource for LPW members is  now available! The Self-Producing Handbook (e-book, available for download from our members’ site). One of our core values is to empower emerging writers – to write, to find opportunities, and to get their work seen.  We know how hard the submissions process can be: sending your work …

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LPW: The Redrafting Programme Course back for 2019

Following the success of last year’s Redrafting Programme, our popular Redrafting Course is back for 2019! If you want to redraft your play with practical masterclasses, tailored feedback, and dramaturgical support, read on! Ever wanted the information from a practical workshop paired with individual feedback tailored especially for you? Then look no further than the …

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