LPW Play Club 2020: Submission Window #1 Now Open!

Our first submission window is officially open for #PlayClub2020!

We’re looking for brand new short plays written in response to this month’s play: Seven Methods of Killing Kylie Jenner by Jasmine Lee-Jones. Selected plays will be given a rehearsed reading at a special event at the end of this year.

Plays must be direct responses to Seven Methods of Killing Kylie Jenner, this can be anything from the theme to the style to a character to lines of dialogue you liked – the world is your oyster.

And if you haven’t had time to read yet, never fear – you can still read and send in your submissions. And you can also chat all about the play via our Facebook group discussion – open now!

Note: you must be a London Playwrights member to submit a play – details below!

Submission Guidelines

  • Please submit:
  • An original, unperformed short play
  • No more than 10 pages long
  • 12 sized font
  • Double spaced
  • A title and character page
  • Between 2-4 characters

1 Character plays/monologues will be accepted at a maximum of 5 pages, adhering to the same regulations above!

Submissions should be emailed to: playclub@londonplaywrights.org  with a subject line of ‘Play Club Submission – (Writers Name).

As we mentioned previously, plays should be a response to Seven Methods of Killing Kylie Jenner in some form or another. If you aren’t sure about anything, feel free to ping us any questions either via email or on the Facebook groups.

LPW Memberships

We will accept submissions from LPW members only, so if you’re not one yet but are wanting to submit – what’re you waiting for? It costs less than a cup of coffee a month and you get a whole host of exclusive benefits! Details of how to sign up can be found here.

Looking forward to reading your scripts – happy writing!

Submissions close on Sunday 19 April at midday.

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