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London Playwrights online book club for plays! Play Club is back for 2022 this July

Play Club, our online book club for plays is back for 2022! Read plays, discuss them with the group and write a ten minute play in response to the text! Play Club, our online book club with a twist! As with last year’s Play Club, we’ll be featuring new writing from 3 incredible writers selected …

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Greenlit: Crowdfunding at a Glance

Want to know more about crowdfunding but not sure where to start? Crowdfunding platform, Greenlit, has created a fantastic resource for London Playwrights readers which will provide all the facts you need to start getting your crowdfunding campaign off the ground. Download your copy of  Crowdfunding at a Glance here. Check out Greenlit’s current projects …

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#WrAP2022: Redrafting Resources – coming in April!

Did you take part in #WrAP2022? If so, you might remember we promised we’d be providing some readrafting tools in the Spring to help you develop your #WrAP2022 play even further! So, this April, we’ll be sending you weekly emails containing redrafting advice, exercises, and strategies to give you everything you need to polish up …

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Free Digital Writing Resources from the Bruntwood Prize

The Bruntwood Prize from the Manchester Royal Exchange is now open for submissions. But it’s about more than the competition! They also want to support people to try writing for the first time, explore their creativity, to not give up when things get tough – to keep going and submit their play for the 6th …

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The Literary Series: Interviews with Literary Managers, Dramaturgs and New Work Associates – Episode 4: Suzanne Bell from the Royal Exchange

What happens when you submit your script to a Literary Department? What does a Literary Manager do? What’s the difference between a New Work Associate and a Dramaturg?  In this brand new video series from London Playwrights, Kimberley Andrews interviews Literary Managers, Dramaturgs and New Work Associates from theatres across the UK to find out …

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WrAP2022: Write A Play with us this January!

Have you heard that WrAP (Write A Play) is back for 2022! Yes, our January playwriting challenge is back with a bang and as promised here are all the details… What’s WrAP? WrAP is our annual playwriting challenge where you aim to write the first draft of a play in the month of January. When …

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The Literary Series: Interviews with Literary Managers, Dramaturgs and New Work Associates – Episode 2: Jackie Crichton from the Royal Lyceum

What happens when you submit your script to a Literary Department? What does a Literary Manager do? What’s the difference between a New Work Associate and a Dramaturg?  In this brand new video series from London Playwrights, Kimberley Andrews interviews Literary Managers, Dramaturgs and New Work Associates from theatres across the UK to find out …

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Join Lemon House Theatre for launch of their online scratch night on 16 November!

Join Lemon House Theatre Company (@lemonhouseTC) on 16 Nov for the launch of their online scratch night ‘Behind Closed Doors’. Featuring rehearsed readings of four short plays, the night will be exploring sex, bodies and intimacy.   Get your free ticket here: https://www.theatredeli.co.uk/Event/behind-closed-doors

New! London Playwrights Monthly Zoom Drop-in for members (no extra cost!)

We're pleased to announce our all new member benefit. To add to the resources, discounts and opportunities we already offer, we'll now be bringing you a monthly drop-in zoom session! In the sessions, we'll be covering challenges emerging writers face, sharing industry tips, and discussing those burning questions you have about playwriting. Members are invited …

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