Happy New Year from London Playwrights Blog!

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

If you’re anything like us, you’ve probably made new year’s resolutions that involve playwriting; whether it’s to make more time to write, to apply for more writing opportunities or to get that script finished! So, we thought it would be a good time to share with you the exciting stuff we have coming up in 2015:

New original content:  As well as continuing to bring you the latest writing opportunities, this year we’ll be stepping up our original content. We’ve brought on board some talented new contributors who are experienced in the joys and perils of being an emerging playwright. We’ve currently got a couple of them beavering away writing new content, so do watch out for some exciting new posts.

The Dark Horse Script Festival:  This spring, we’ll be branching out from the world of blogging and producing a real-life festival of new writing! We’ve got some of London’s top new writing theatres on board to share with us the best new plays they’ve received from emerging writers. Taking place at a Central London venue this April, it’ll be epic, even if we do say so ourselves. Watch this space for details coming soon.

Mailing List:  Quite a few readers have asked us about a mailing list to be able to hear from us directly to your inbox – we’re currently working on getting this up and running, and you’ll soon be able to sign up for it.

Before you get back to writing that draft, we’d like to say a HUGE thanks for visiting the site over the last year. Our readership has steadily grown beyond our expectations and it’s all down to your support. You’ve spurred us on to develop London Playwrights Blog further so please keep coming back and please share with your friends.

Best wishes,
Alli, Kimberley & Sam

 

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