LPB at London Writers’ Week – From Stage to Screen with Freddie Machin

Led by playwright and screenwriter Freddie Machin, From Stage to Screen is a practical workshop which will explore the challenges presented in writing for these two different media. Drawing on the experience of adapting his debut stage play for screen, Freddie will lead participants through a series of exercises that will engage the visual imagination, highlight good structure, and encourage brevity in your writing. All levels welcome.

Freddie Machin is a playwright and screenwriter. Based on his play of the same title, Freddie wrote the feature film Chicken, which got its UK cinema release in May 2016. Mark Kermode included it in his best films of that year for the Guardian newspaper, and it received its network premiere on FilmFour. 

Freddie’s other plays include: The Real Estate, Candy Cansino Checks In (Italia Conti), Nailhouse (Old Red Lion), Winston on the Run (Edinburgh Fringe & UK Tour), The Revenge of Martha G. (Chichester Festival Theatre), Don’t Waste Your Bullets on the Dead (Vault Festival), Chicken (Southwark Playhouse). 

Freddie is a member of the Orange Tree Theatre Writers Collective 2018, and teaches writing for both stage and screen at City Academy. www.freddiemachin.com www.chickenthefilm.com @Freddie_Machin 

Who’s it for? All levels are welcome.

Date: 19 July 2018  Time: 3pm- 5.30pm

Location: Diorama Arts Centre, Regent’s Place, 201 Drummond St, Kings Cross, London NW1 3FE, UK

Cost: £10 (festival passes also available)

How to book: here

 Check out our other London Writers’ Week events here. 

LPB at London Writers’ Week: Workshops & Events

We’re excited to announce that for the third year running, London Playwrights’ Blog is a partner at London Writers’ Week. As always, this means we’ll be bringing you some exciting events as part of the week!

You can check out the full programme of London Writers’ Week events here, but here are the details of the events LPB will be running:

From Stage to Screen

19 July 2018: 3pm – 5.30pm – £10

Led by playwright and screenwriter Freddie Machin, From Stage to Screen is a practical workshop which will explore the challenges presented in writing for these two different media. Drawing on the experience of adapting his debut stage play for screen, Freddie will lead participants through a series of exercises that will engage the visual imagination, highlight good structure, and encourage brevity in your writing. All levels welcome. Read the full details and book here.

Creative Inspiration: Building an Idea

21 July 2018: 3pm – 4.30pm – £5
 
In this upbeat and dynamic session with LPB’s Kimberley Andrews, you’ll explore different ways to find inspiration and generate ideas for scripts through practical exercises. You’ll then work on turning one of your ideas into a film premise, which you’ll get the chance to pitch within a small group for feedback. Read the full details and book here.

Social Meetup for Writers with London Playwright’s Blog

21 July 2018: 4.30pm- 6.30pm – Free

Come along to this friendly, informal meetup where you can get to know other writers and find out a bit more about LPB! Find out more and book here.

London Writers’ Week 2018 announces its’ programme

London Writers’ Week is back for 2018 and we’re proud to announce that London Playwrights’ Blog is on board again as a partner!

London Writers’ Week, the annual week providing access to and showcasing the best new ideas going on in new writing in the UK and the new writing version of London Fashion Week, has announced its programme for 2018.

Having successfully raised money for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire in 2017, supported by the Tabernacle Theatre and Bush Theatre, London Writers’ Week 2018 is dedicated to supporting organizations promoting diversity in the arts.

The week takes place from 18 July 2018 – 21 July 2018

the week’s 2018 theme is film and will include sessions on playwriting and film, digital media and film, television and film, film and other areas such as how to get and keep an agent.

The week is also announcing new partner The London Screenwriters’ Festival, who is joining the organisation’s group of partners who support the week’s aim to provide access to and showcase the best new ideas going on in new writing in the UK.

Highlights of this year’s London Writers’ Week include:

 

  • A session with BAFTA nominated writer and co-Chair of Film at The Writers’ Guild of Great Britain Andrea Gibb on The Writers’ Guild’s new campaign “Equality Writes” and advice for women who write for or would like to write for film.
  • Advice on writing for film from the Raindance Film Festival, the UK’s largest independent film festival, which has staged the UK premieres of films including “The Blair Witch Project”, “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape” and “Memento”.
  • Advice on getting and keeping an agent and how having an agent works from Kat Buckle, agent at Curtis Brown, one of the UK’s leading and most innovative literary agencies.
  • Advice on writing for film from the London Screenwriters’ Festival, the world’s largest professional screenwriting event.
  • A pitching workshop with Bob Shultz, founder of the Great American Pitchfest who works with the London Screenwriters’ Festival.
  • Advice on teaching and working with young people in terms of film from Into Film, who are leading the way in terms of film and young people.
  • A writing workshop and writers networking session run by the London Playwrights Blog on playwriting and film.
  • The Diversity School Initiative and Actor Awareness on increasing diversity in the arts.

Jennifer Tuckett, Director of London Writers’ Week said: “We are excited our fourth London Writers’ Week’s theme is film and that we are donating 100% of our profits to organisations promoting diversity in the arts. There has been a lot of discussion this year about diversity in the arts and we hope this year’s week will provide a useful programme of access to some of the best work and new ideas going on in terms of new writing and film in the UK, as well as raising money for an important cause.”

The organisations which will be supported by this year’s London Writers’ Week are The Diversity School Initiative, which campaigns for greater diversity in drama schools and whose board members include Vicky Featherstone, Artistic Director of the Royal Court Theatre, Actor Awareness, which campaigns for working class actors and writers and who recently made “The Acting Class” documentary with Maxine Peake, Christopher Eccleston and others, the London Playwrights Blog, an invaluable resource providing access to opportunities and advice, and University Women in the Arts, which aims to improve the transition from women studying the arts to working in the arts.

For more information and to book tickets please go to the London Writers’ Week website. 

Check out the London Playwright’s Blog London Writers’ Week here!

Opportunities – Weekly Round-up: 22 June 2018

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Our weekly Friday round-up of opportunities listed on the blog that haven’t yet reached their closing date (listed in order of closing date).  Opportunities are grouped into four sections: 1) Pick of the Week & featured posts; 2) Opportunities with Deadlines; 3) Workshops and Events; 4) Ongoing opportunities (No deadline).

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Five things I wish I’d been told before I started writing

How I Learnt To Love The Redrafting Process

A Writer’s Guide To Producing Your Own Work

Detangling power, money and privilege: finding your path as a playwright

Our latest opportunities Pick of the Week: Reboot Theatre Company seeking new plays

Pursued By A Bear: “How do I tell actors I’m recasting the roles they developed?

Opportunities with deadlines: 

Play Submissions Helper: 25 Opportunities with June deadlines – Deadline: various throughout June 2018

Spread the Word announce The London Writers Awards, a new development programme – Deadline: 22 June 2018

Monday Club seeking plays for ‘The Spill’ – Deadline: 22 June 2018

Reboot Theatre Company seeking new plays – Deadline: 24 June 2018

Playwrights Studio Scotland: Letters to… a Woman Who Brings Me Hope in the Dark – Deadline: 28 June 2018

What’s On Tom? Productions seeking 15 minute plays on theme of ‘fake’ – Deadline: 29 June 2018

Carrot Napper Productions seeking 5 minute pieces for fundraiser in Derbyshire – Deadline: 30 June 2018

Talawa script submission window open – Deadline: 30 June 2018

Eva’s Echo seeking comedy submissions related to issues in modern Ireland – Deadline: 30 June 2018

WritePride seeking writer for workshop on LGBT themes (paid) – Deadline: 30 June 2018

Bristol Old Vic seeking new plays (writers from the South West of England) – Deadline: 30 June 2018

Pint-Sized call out for shorts and extracts – Deadline: 1 July at 11pm

Open Call for Plays to be Staged in WRiTEON Festival- Deadline: 1 July 2018

Play LA Awards open for submissions ($25 entry fee) – Deadline: 1  July 2018

New Works of Merit Playwriting Contest open for submissions ($25 entry fee) – Deadline: 2 July 2018

Playhouse Playmaker: Oxford Playhouse writers attachment programme open for applications – Deadline: 2 July 2018 at 10am

Pegasus accepting applications for SPARK programme – Deadline: 2 July 2018

The New Bridge Project call for applications for graduate programme, ‘The Collective Studio’ (paid) – 2 July 2018 at 10am

Hartswood West Writers’ Award open for applications (TV writers, Wales) – Deadline: 2 July 2018

Saw It Here First Productions seeking shorts for scratch night – Deadline: 4 July 2018

Cuckoo Bang accepting submissions for BITS new writing night – Deadline: Various -4 July 2018/ 18 July 2018

A Different Story of Rochdale: Playwriting Competition open for submissions (14-25 Rochdale writers) – Deadline: 6 July 2018

Plays Rough seeking submissions on theme of ‘Tabloids and Tentacles’. – Deadline: 7 July 2018

BBC Hausa short story competition for women open for entries – Deadline: 8 July 2018

Penguin launches search for new writers and illustrators with WriteNow2018 – Deadline: 9 July 2018

Secondary Partnership Scheme: Emerging Playwrights opportunity with Oldham Coliseum (paid £200, 18-30) – Deadline: 9 July 2018

Worcestershire Arts seeking writers/ theatre companies – Deadline: 13 July 2018

BBC Radio Manchester and The Royal Exchange open call for monologues-Deadline: 15 July 2018

Actor Awareness accepting submissions for new writing night from over 30’s – Deadline: 15 July 2018

React 4 Scratch Night call out for submissions -Deadline: none but the performance takes place on 19 July 2018

Mercury/ Weinberger Playwriting Prize 2018 announced! – Deadline: 20 July 2018

Playwrights Studio Scotland accepting applications for script surgery – Deadline: 20 July 2018

Edgemar Center for the Arts seeking new plays for 2018 season – Deadline: 22 July 2018

The Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize is now open for entries of comedy scripts – Deadline: 22 July 2018

Kali Theatre Discovery Programme open for applications (women writers of South Asian descent) – Deadline: 24 July 2018

Alfred Fagon Award 2018 open for submissions – Deadline: 27 July 2018

The Octagon Theatre accepting submissions for Best of Bolton competition -Deadline: 27 July 2018

Lost Chapters Theatre seeking shorts in response to their show, ‘Lies’ Deadline: 27 July 2018

The Felix Dexter Bursary (BBC Comedy Commissioning) accepting applications – Deadline: 30 July at 5pm

Sterts one-act play competition (£8 entry/ £100 prize) – Deadline: 31 July 2018

Audiojam Flash Fiction Competition open for submissions – Deadline: 31 July 2018

Wildclaw Theatre seeking 10 minute horror audio scripts – Deadline: 31 July 2018

Eurodram seeking English translations of contemporary European plays – 31 July 2018  at 5pm

‘Write Here! Write Now!’ Contexture Theatre seeking 20 min plays for Herts & Essex Playwriting Festival – Deadline: 31 July 2018

London Horror Festival Playwriting Competition – open for submissions – Deadline: 1 August 2018

The Lancaster Playwriting Prize open for submissions (BAMER writers/ North West)– Deadline: 22 June 2018 5 August 2018

Yale Drama Series seeking scripts for competition (submissions open 1 June!) – Deadline: 15 August 2018

Pheobus Fire call for scripts on theme of ‘women’s empowerment’ – Deadline: 30 September 2018

Little Pieces of Gold seeking shorts for new writing night – Deadline: 10 August 2018

Bench Theatre One Act play competition open for submissions – Deadline: 17 August 2018

Angel on the Corner accepting submissions for new theatre project – Deadline: 17 August 2018

People’s Play Award open to writers from the North of England (£1000 prize) – Deadline: 31 August 2018

Traverse Theatre submission window (opens 1 August)– Deadline: 1 September 2018

Independent International Award for Improper Dramaturgy «Neem-2018» (2000 ruble prize) – Deadline: 1 September 2018

Chaos Theory seeking new plays for 2019 (under 25’s) – Deadline: 30 September 2018

Farnham Maltings accepting applications for grant scheme (18-25) – Deadline: 18 October 2018

Theatre Uncut and Young Vic launch UK’s first major political playwriting award – Deadline: 1 November (submissions open on 1 September)

Ink19 festival accepting submissions (East Anglia writers only) – Deadline: 5 November 2018

The Book Pipeline seeking source material to adapt ($65 entry, $10,000 prize) – Deadline: 15 November 2018

365 Women a Year Playwriting Project – Deadline: 31 December 2018

Dwell Time – Penistone Train Line Newspaper: seeking submissions – Deadline: 31 December 2018

Ashland New Plays Festival: International Playwriting Competition ($20 entry, $1500 prize) – Deadline :31 December or when they reach 400 submissions, whichever is sooner

Langham Court Theatre announces Risk Theatre Modern Tragedy Competition ($45 entry) – Deadline: 29 March 2019

Events and workshops:

Royal Court announce series of workshops for women – Dates TBC

Bloomsbury Publishing: How to get your play published (view live stream of talk) – Online resource

Free writing workshops with Papatango’s GoWrite – Dates: various

WGGB launches FREE Musical Theatre Kit – Online resource

An Introduction to Screenwriting: free online course with FutureLearn & Uni. of East Anglia – Ongoing, sign up any time

Writers’ Support Group (Manchester)– Mondays 6pm-8pm

Playwriting Masterclasses with Out of Joint – Various dates throughout June and July 2018

Creative writing workshops with Unbound Theatre – Date: 17 June 2018 (runs again 15 July 2018)

Playwriting Course at the Garsdale Retreat – 25-30 June 2018

#TakeUpSpace Script Club at Royal Court – Portia Coughlan – 27 June 2018

Write To Lunch with Sabrina Mahfouz (free event at the Freeword Centre) – 27 June 2018

The Floor is Yours: Industry event at Young Vic – 28 June 2018

Insight Workshops with the Royal Court: One For Sorrow – Dates: 28 June, 29 June, 3 July 2018

Play in a Day Workshop with Royal Court #TakeUpSpace – 7 July 2018

#TakeUpSpace Script Club at Royal Court – Girl in the Machine – 25 July 2018

Applications open for the John Retallack Playwriting Course 2018-2019 – Deadline: 31 July 2018 (for September start)

CAMP writing workshop with John Burgess (£1,119 – bursaries available) – 8-12 August 2018

The Scenic Route: Creating Theatre Lab- open for applications – Starts 27 August 2018

Write Theatre playwriting course – Dates: 13-14 October 2018

Ongoing submissions:

Manchester ADP seeking scripts to produce – Deadline: Rolling

The Questors Theatre Ealing accepting submissions for staged readings – Deadline: None posted

Sparks – HighTide’s new script submission process – Deadline: Weekly, follow them on Twitter for updates

Attic Theatre seeking musicals for 2019 tour – Deadline: None posted

React Scratch inviting writers to share work at monthly scratch night – Deadline: Rolling

Out of Joint launches Writers Room for London Uni Students: Submit your work to the London Student Drama Festivalplaywrights – Deadline: Rolling

Drama Notebook seeking short plays for kids and teens (paid) – Deadline: None posted

Manhattan Repertory Theatre’s Play Production Programme – Deadline: Ongoing

Aurora Metro Books seeks British East Asian plays for publication – Deadline: Ongoing

Middle Child Theatre seeking scripts to commission – Deadline: None posted

Ugly Duck offering cheap rehearsal space in Docklands – next few months for Edinburgh Fringe– Deadline: None posted

Three opportunities with Alphabetti Theatre and rolling deadlines– Deadline: None posted

Newsthump looking for spoof news writers – Deadline: ongoing

Arvon Grants available for writing courses – Deadline: none posted/ various

 

Paines Plough accepting ongoing submissions – Deadline: rolling

BBC Comedy Classroom – Comedy writing resources for young people –  Deadline: various

Online Masterclass with Aaron Sorkin on Screenwriting ($90) – Deadline: none posted

JW3 seeking submissions of pieces about Jewish culture – Deadline: rolling

BFI Postroom open to submissions of films and scripts from emerging filmmakers – Deadline: rolling

Opportunities to hear your play with Player Playwrights – Deadline: rolling

Online Playwriting Course with Live Theatre (£95-£495) – Deadline: rolling

Playwrights Circle at the Bread & Roses – Deadline: ongoing (monthly event)

The Institute of Other seeking creative practitioners – Deadline: none posted

White Hart Trust Studios seeking international and foreign language theatre – Deadline: none posted

Londonville Lit offering reading slots – Deadline: none posted

Orange Tea Theatre accepting submissions – Deadline: rolling

Funding available for students at Glasgow University MLitt Playwriting & Dramaturgy – Deadline: none posted

Everything Theatre accepting plays for podcast readings – Deadline: none posted

The Cockpit Theatre seeking work for scratch nights – Deadline: none  posted but performances take place on the first Monday of the month.

Shred Productions open to submissions – Deadline: none (open submissions)

Eurodram seeking English translations of contemporary European plays

Eurodram is currently seeking English translations of contemporary European plays

Eurodram is a European theatre translation network covering European, Mediterranean and Central Asian languages. The network is organised into roughly 30 language-based committees. Eurodram’s main objective is promote contemporary plays from across the wider European area to theatre professionals and theatre audiences. The plays they promote are selected through two biennial competitions.

For the 2018 competition, the English language committee will select three English translations of contemporary plays originally written in a language other than English. In addition to this, all plays submitted will be considered for inclusion in a British Academy funded mini-festival of Contemporary European Drama in London in Spring 2019.

What to submit: translations of contemporary European stage plays originally written in languages from the wider European area (Europe, Central Asia and the Mediterranean Area) may be submitted for consideration. Plays can be submitted by playwrights, translators, agents, publishers etc.

How to apply: For further details and to submit a script visit the website.

Deadline: 31 July 2018 at 5pm

Source: direct contact

Worcestershire Arts seeking writers/ theatre companies

Jump Start is the new theatre writing initiative run through the Worcestershire Arts Partnership. They are  teaming up with The Beeline Festival, run  by The University of Worcester, one of the leading children and young people’s literature festivals in the country. It hosts an exciting range of performances, workshops and activities aimed at young audiences.

They are thrilled to be taking part and Jump Start’s performance night will be Saturday 20th October.

What they are looking for:

  • Up to 5 plays/ performance work aimed at the  13-18 year olds audience.
  • Previously unperformed to a paying audience. They want to profile new work.
  • 15-20 minutes maximum length. It could be an extract of a longer piece of writing or a short piece.
  • Aimed at an audience of 13-18 year olds (although cast & crew should be over 18).
  • Flexible and easy to stage – you will have very little  get-in or get-out time.
  • Ideally you or your company should be in Worcestershire or the surrounding counties.

What you get: if selected your work should be rehearsed and off-script (although we may be able to help with rehearsal space, this is not provided automatically – writers take responsibility for their own rehearsals). You will also receive payment of £400 too for you to share amongst cast and crew.

 What to send/ how to apply: send either a copy of the 15-20 minute  script or a two page description of what you are planning to do (this must include an excerpt of your writing). Send to Lee Farley to  lee@perfectcircletheatre.com. Enquiries to either Lee or Steve Wilson on stevewilson19661@outlook.com

Deadline: 13 July 2018

Source; Arts Council Jobs

BBC Radio Manchester and The Royal Exchange open call for monologues

Do you want to be a writer? Would you like to have your work performed at the Royal Exchange Theatre? BBC Radio Manchester and the Royal Exchange Theatre are launching a talent search for writers to mark 100 years since the first women got the vote. They’re seeking a “Manchester Monologue” that looks ahead to the future for women – and Helen Pankhurst (the great granddaughter of suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst) will be among those judging the entries.

What to submit: you are asked to submit a single voiced piece that is written for performance (e.g. a monologue which can be a script, spoken word or poetry). The theme is ‘Women and the Future’ and your writing should show a local connection to Greater Manchester. Your piece should be up to, but no longer than 3 minutes when read aloud.

What you get: the five winning monologues will be performed at a showcase event at the Royal Exchange Theatre The work performed alongside award-winning poet Jo Bell. Prior to this the winning writers will have the opportunity to develop their piece with advice and mentorship from the Royal Exchange Theatre.

Judging criteria:

  • The quality and accomplishment of the writing.
  • The strength of the idea based on the theme ‘Women and the Future’
  • The strength of the character’s “voice”.
  • Local relevance to  Greater Manchester

Who can apply: you don’t need any previous writing experience.  All entries must be original and not previously published or performed (this includes online). You need to be over 18 years old.

How to enter: email your entry to manchesterwrites@bbc.co.uk

For Full terms and Conditions please visit BBC Radio Manchester.

Deadline: 15 July 2018

Source; BBC Writersroom

The Felix Dexter Bursary (BBC Comedy Commissioning) accepting applications

BBC Comedy and the BBC Writersroom have announced their continued commitment to developing talented BAME comedy writers with the Felix Dexter Bursary.  A six-month bursary will be awarded to an aspiring comedy writer to develop his or her skills at the BBC.

BBC Comedy Commissioning is the largest comedy department in the UK, responsible for some of the most watched and critically acclaimed programmes in the world.  BBC Comedy prides itself on working with the very best in comedy talent, new and established, on and off screen; across radio, online and all four BBC television channels.

Writers’ Guidelines

The opportunity, offered by BBC Comedy in partnership with the BBC Writersroom, is designed to find a writer with a fresh, unique point of view and the potential to help shape the future of comedy, whether in the BBC or elsewhere in the industry.  It aims to make a positive intervention to address an under-representation of BAME professionals in comedy production in broadcasting.

On a practical level, the bursary gives up-and-coming talent the chance to make comedy writing their main focus for six months, while immersed in comedy production. They will hone their skills while gaining experience on a range of BBC comedies across radio, TV and online, on panel shows, shorts, sitcoms or comedy entertainment shows.  The programme will offer the writer the support they need to take the next step in their career.

Who can apply: the bursary is open to black, Asian and other ethnic minority writers or writing duos who are 18 or over.

How to submit: applications can be made via the BBC Writersroom Read the full Terms and Conditions of Entry and apply here

Deadline: 30 July 2018 at 5pm

Source: BBC Writersroom

Reboot Theatre Company seeking new plays

Each week we look through our pile of writing opportunities to pick out one we think is particularly worth your time. It could be an innovative brief, great prize money, a high-profile company, or just plain fun.

This week’s pick: Reboot Theatre Company seeking new plays

Description: Hot on the trail of their recent show at The Bunker London, Reboot Theatre Company are looking for new writing for their Autumn production. Reboot will choose 4-6 plays to perform at a central London Theatre on 2-3 evenings in October 2018. A £50 fee will be paid to each writer whose work is chosen.

What’s so great about it? With several successful projects under their belt, Reboot are looking for 15-20 minute plays for their next event at the Bunker Theatre. This is an excellent opportunity to get your work performed at a London venue and to work with an exciting and dynamic theatre company. There’s no theme for this one but they are looking for work that plays that will showcase interesting, novel, or experimental theatre. You’ve still got a few days left to submit your short play as submissions close on 24 June at midnight!

Read the full details here.

Please note, we’ve posted this for your convenience and we’re not affiliated with the organisers of the opportunity.

Photo courtesy of Reboot Theatre

Join us for the all new LPW Online Book Club!

The LPW Online Book Club is just one of the things you can access if you become a member! Not a member yet? Well, if you want a jump start for your writing for the price of a cup of coffee, what are you waiting for? Sign up here today! (Want more reasons to join and a bit more info? Read this).

We’re changing the way we do Book Club…

Our online Book Club has been running for a few months now and we’ve read some diverse and brilliant plays – and taken part in some vibrant discussion! However, we haven’t had as many of you engaging with as we’d have liked, so recently we took to our Facebook group to ask our members how we could improve things…

We’ve your feedback on board and have come up with a new and improved version of Book Club!

Texts will be announced seasonally

One of the major things you wanted was plenty of time to get your hands on and read the play before the discussion, so we’ll now be announcing the texts in seasonal three monthly blocks.

How does it work? 

We’ll post a reminder of the chosen play at the start of each month.

Many of you found it tricky to join in the discussion when it was scheduled for a specific time, so instead, from the 15th of each month, discussion will open on our Facebook Group and stay open. You can dip in and out throughout the rest of the month as much or as little as you like, whenever is convenient for you.

All you need to do is read the play and come on over to our Members Facebook Group to join the discussion! Book club threads will be marked with the hashtag #bookclub, so it will be easy to find the discussion.

(Please note, to avoid spoilers for those who haven’t finished the play yet, any comments posted on our Facebook Group prior to 15th of each month will be deleted). 

When does it start? 

The next Book Club starts on 1 July 2018, where we’ll send out a reminder to read the text. The discussion will then open on our Facebook Group from 15 July 2018. 

What plays will we be reading this summer?  

 

July: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (William Shakespeare)

August: A Raisin In The Sun (Lorraine Hansberry)

September: Look Back in Anger (John Osborne)

Why not join us and get the chance to discuss plays with other playwrights and to get to know other LPW members? Find out more about joining here!

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