Writing podcast episodes
Titchfield Festival Theatre New Playwright CompetitionTitchfield Festival Theatre’s new writing competition provides a cash prize and a studio production of the winning play.
Writers urged to sign up for Birmingham Rep comedy schemeEight writers will be selected to develop a one-act play in a scheme which is being developed by Birmingham Rep and Sky Studios for a second year.
Clive Judd wins Papatango New Writing PrizePapatango New Writing Prize-winner Clive Judd will see his play produced at London's Southwark Playhouse.
Flash cash for your writingThe QuietManDave Prize celebrates short-form writing and offers cash awards for Flash Fiction and Flash Non-Fiction as well as runner-up prizes.
London Library’s fourth Writers ProgrammeThe London Library has announced the participants of it Emerging Writers Programme.
Barrier(s) are down for New Views winnerSecondary school student Eloise Pennycott wins New Views playwriting competition for young people with her play, Barrier(s).
Live opportunities for new talentLive Theatre, Newcastle announces major talent development opportunities for 2022.
Father and son team win Theatre Book PrizeA study of Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre written by its first artistic director, Colin George, and his son has won the Theatre Book Prize 2022.
Write on in BlackpoolBlackpool Grand Theatre and Northern Broadsides are teaming up with the Royal Shakespeare Company to offer workshops to writers of all ages.
Hope fulfilled for LawrenceThe £10,000 2022 Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize has been awarded to Lawrence Quilty.
Theatre Book Prize short list announcedAnnouncement of the short list for the STR Theatre Book Prize for books published in 2021.
New Original playwriting awardOriginal Theatre Company has launched a new playwriting award for emerging and early career playwrights.
WGGB 'groundbreaking' agreement for digital broadcastsThe Writers’ Guild of Great Britain has agreed principles for digital broadcasts of stage plays by the Royal Court, the RSC and the National Theatre.
Arena Theatre updates artist development programmeThe University of Wolverhampton’s Arena Theatre is to reform a programme which has supported more than 1,000 artists since 2014.
WGGB and HighTide throw lifeline to writersNext month sees fifteen new writing commissions made in wake of pandemic devastation.
Three join writing programmeThe Royal Exchange in Manchester and WarnerMedia have recruited emerging writers afshan d'Souza-lodhi, Stefanie Reynolds and Samuel Rossiter, to their joint programme.
WGGB Olwen Wymark Awards 2022Olwen Wymark Awards in recognition of those who support new writing announces its winners.
Birmingham Rep and Sky host comedy plays festivalBirmingham Rep’s “ground-breaking” collaboration with Sky Studios will come to fruition when audiences will be invited to enjoy the work of the comedy writing stars of the future.
Survey for WGGB Equality WritesScriptwriters are invited to share their experience as ethnically diverse practitioners in Telling Our Stories: A Survey.
Disability centre stage in RSC’s Richard IIIThe Royal Shakespeare Company has unveiled details of three new Shakespeare productions, a partnership with TikTok and a new national playwriting project.
Bruntwood Prize launchSubmissions are now open for the UK's biggest national competition for playwriting: the biennial Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting.
NE writer is national playwriting competition finalistA NE playwright is one of eight finalists in The Women’s Prize for Playwriting Competition 2021.
Bush Theatre welcomes script submissionsNew writers of full length plays may submit their scripts to London's Bush Theatre.
Plays by Women in Ireland (1926–1933): Feminist Theatres of Freedom and Resistance