BBC Scottish Writers' Festival
BBC Scottish Writers' Festival | Event: Saturday 13th May 2017 | The Studio, 67 Hope Street, Glasgow, G2 6AE
BBC Writersroom Scotland presents the BBC Scottish Writers’ Festival 2017
An unmissable one day event in the heart of Glasgow to engage and inspire all writers living and working in Scotland.
Now in its 2nd year, our annual Writers’ Festival will play host to a range of masterclasses, panel sessions and insights from Scotland’s leading writers, producers and commissioners.
We’ll discuss, debate and explore the craft of writing and the making of television, film and radio content. The festival will close with a networking session where writers can connect with industry leaders from across the wider creative community in Scotland.
You will have your choice of sessions on the day. Snacks and lunch are provided and there will be a drinks reception from 1700-1800.
DATE: Saturday 13th May 2017
NETWORKING DRINKS: 1700-1800
VENUE: The Studio, 67 Hope Street, Glasgow, G2 6AE
(Opposite side entrance to Glasgow Central Station)
Ticketing is on a first come first served basis - * PLEASE NOTE TICKETS ARE NOW SOLD OUT *
Various deadlines. Green Curtain Theatre will be staging their 3rd festival of fringe plays in the summer and autumn of 2019 in London. The theme of the festival will be “Breaking Away”. They are looking for one act plays on this theme that reflect any aspect of the lives or experiences of Irish people living in multi-cultural Britain. They also have open opportunities for 10 minute monologues/duologues on the theme 'Leaving' and for short plays based on or connected to an Irish song.
Deadline: 15th December 2018. The third International Young Theatre Playwriting Contest is now open for submissions of bold and powerful plays for young audiences from writers worldwide.
Deadline: 5 December 2018. The RSL’s Literature Matters Awards aim to reward and enable literary excellence and innovation. Proposals can be pieces of writing, events, publications or productions on any subject and in any form, including (but not limited to) prose fiction or non-fiction, short stories, poetry, playwriting, screenwriting, graphic fiction, biography or travel-writing.
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