Jennifer Richards

How To Create New Work: A Chat with Sam Sedgman of the NT Podcast

Ever wondered how the NT decides what plays to put on? And how a new writer finds a home for their work? Read our Q&A with Sam Sedgman to find out…  Theatre is not just something that occurs within the four walls of the auditorium, and often means more than just being a nice evening out …

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What Bush Theatre’s ‘How It Ended’ Taught Me About Writing Experimental Theatre

Ever been afraid to write a play actively involving an audience? Or to have actors break character? Editor Jennifer Richards caught up with Hannah Khalil after the performance of her play ‘How It Ended’, who shares her best advice for creating experimental theatre. The Experiment: An Audience Member’s View I feel like I should start …

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Am I Too Young To Be A Playwright?

It’s International Youth Day! But Editor Jennifer Richards is worried that youth isn’t always an advantage when it comes to playwriting… Even in a creative profession, where it may be slightly less frowned upon to spend the day in your pyjamas (that’s what being freelance means right?), you still need to be taken seriously. But …

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LPB Panel: How can a playwright make their own work in the digital age?

LPB is delighted to welcome our new Editor Jennifer Richards, who kicks things off with this summary of our panel at London Writers’ Week! Want to know our panellists top tips for making work in the digital age? Read on… The chance to go along to LPB’s panel on ‘Making Your Own Work In The …

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