Graeae, Bush Theatre, Soho Theatre, Ovalhouse, Talawa and Tamasha are offering a unique development opportunity for BAME D/deaf and disabled playwrights nationwide! Write to Play is a paid year-long new writing course for D/deaf and disabled writers run by award-winning theatre company Graeae.
With the programme now in its fifth year, Graeae is partnering with five acclaimed theatre companies, to offer BAME D/deaf and disabled playwrights nationwide the opportunity to develop their writing skills. Throughout the programme, you’ll be mentored and supported to participate in workshops led by theatre professionals to hone and develop your writing. You’ll write two short pieces, as well as a full length play.
Write to Play is a paid opportunity and each writer will get a bursary of £1800 (paid in installments) for their participation on the programme. Expenses related to participation, such as travel and accommodation, are also covered by the programme.
Read full details here.
How to apply: Applications must be made here via the Graeae website.
Deadline: 2 October 2017