Happy New Year from London Playwrights Workshop!

So, here we are – 2017! Firstly, we’d like to wish you all a happy new year and say a huge thanks for all your support last year.

2016 saw our blog and London Playwrights’ Workshop grow and grow: from producing our first festival of new writing as part of London Writers’ Week, to having the pleasure of working with lots of you on our workshops. Over 3000 of you now follow us on Twitter and our round-up of opportunities seems to get bigger and brighter every week. We couldn’t do any of this without your continued support!

Like you, no doubt, we’ve got big plans in store for 2017. Watch this space in the coming months for a whole host of exciting things LPW will be working on this year. As always, we’ll be bringing you the latest opportunities, offering you an array of useful and creative workshops and doing our best to support the emerging writers of London – and beyond.

And what about you? Perhaps 2017 will be the year you write your first play, finally re-draft that piece you’ve been putting off for ages, or even produce your own show?

Well, to kick start those writing goals, London Playwrights’ Workshop has come up with a bumper programme of writing courses for the new year. From creative workshops to give you a boost of inspiration, to practical classes which focus on professional skills and getting your work on stage – we’ve got all bases covered for the emerging writer in London. You can check them all out (and of course, book your place!) here.

And don’t forget, our Script Consulting Service runs all year round if you’d prefer some one-to-one support.

Wishing you all a successful year of writing!
The LPW Team

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