Happy New Year from London Playwrights’ Blog & Workshop!

So, as 2018 draws to a close, we’d like to take the opportunity to thank you for supporting us in this past year. Whether you’re a LPW member, a reader of our blog, a workshop participant or someone we’ve script consulted for – we are super grateful for your support!

This year has been nothing short of amazing for us. We kicked off with #WrAP2018, which saw over 150 of you step up to the challenge of writing a play in January. We’ve had the privilege of meeting lots of you at our workshops and meetups, we’ve run online workshops, partnered with London Writers’ Week for the third year running, and posted hundreds of opportunities – which many of you have reported success with!

It has also been fantastic to see our membership scheme grow and grow, which has meant we’ve been able to keep bringing you all the opportunities, content, and resources you find on the blog for free.

So, what’s coming up in 2019?

Well, as we did last year, we’re kicking off with #WrAP, which is going to be packed full of everything you need to write a play in January (if you haven’t signed up yet, there’s still time! Read this for more info!). Our first members’ meetup will take place on 2 March and for the first time, will include a free feedback session for your work. And we’re currently working hard on building an exciting array of new projects all designed to continue supporting emerging writers do what they do best – write plays!

We couldn’t be more excited about the year ahead and we hope you’ll keep supporting us in 2019 and beyond.

Here’s hoping this is your year to shine as a playwright and that we can continue to support you on your journey!


From The LPW Team

Fireworks in Harlesden, London. Image by Billy Hicks (Own work), via Wikimedia Commons.

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