CALL FOR WRITERS! with the Albany, London

7 Sep

albany-logobGet your work seen! The Albany is looking for bright new writers who want to see their work on stage. Five scripts will be selected to be performed by professional actors as rehearsed readings at a new writing night, Freshly Squeezed, in the Albany studio on 25th November 2009 to a public audience.

And there’s more…

One piece will be chosen on the night by the audience and expert panel to be developed further – the writer will be given the opportunity to have a priceless one to one session with an established playwright.
What we are looking for…
Open to writers of any level of experience and age and from all backgrounds. We are particularly interested in writers with a poetry/spoken word background, but all styles, topics and genres are welcome as long as it is written to be performed!
What you need to do to take part…
Submit ten pages of your writing – that can either be a short piece or an extract of something larger. Each piece submitted will be carefully read and considered and we promise to get back to you… so get writing!
Submission deadline:
Send your ten pages in by Monday 9th November 2009 by:
Email: sophie.bradey@thealbany.org.uk
Post: The Albany, Douglas Way, Deptford, SE8 4AG
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FREE WORKSHOP: Writer’s Block
5th November: 6 – 8.30pm
Want to submit your writing for the Freshly Squeezed but stuck for ideas? Come and get inspiration and guidance from writer and the award winning writer Bola Agbaje and the Albany team. Places limited, to book contact Sophie.Bradey@thealbany.org.uk

 

Sent by Megan Tripp @ the Albany

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