The Student Guide to Writing: Diversity Workshop

Why diverse stories matter: ways to write plays for now and how these stories will ensure a diverse theatre thrives.

 As part of the second stage of The Student Guide to Writing: Playwriting competition, in this free London Writers’ Week workshop, Associate Dramaturg at the Bush Theatre Rob Drummer will discuss diversity in the theatre industry, exploring new ideas and offering a free workshop and top tips on rewriting and where to send your submissions now.

The Student Guide to Writing: Playwriting competition is the first in a series of new competitions designed to provide access for the first time to the leading training coming out of the industry. The Bush Theatre, Oberon Books, MA Dramatic Writing at Drama Centre London and Writers at Work Productions are delighted to be partnering on competition one.

For more information on the competition and to access the free lesson plans which accompanied this competition, please click here

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Jackie Kay
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16 Jul
Our fabulous @PREEYAKALIDAS will play Aisha in #Chiaroscuro directed by @LynetteLinton in her first production as A… https://t.co/dlithNsirI
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16 Jul
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Melissa Saint
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15 Jul
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15 Jul
To be clear, when you theatre people talk about ‘all women this & all women that’ THIS 👇🏾is the diversity I’m looki… https://t.co/LGBtoKPwjk
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15 Jul
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10 Jul

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