Tuesday, 4 October 2011

Short plays, and being afraid...

Just wanted to post some incredibly useful information a friend of mine sent through the other day. It’s a list of venues/theatres that produce short plays – usually as part of new-writing evenings. Fantastic for up and coming playwrights in particular…

· http://www.theatre503.com/writers/events-and-projects/
· www.barebonesnights.com
· http://www.thelovebitesplays.com/page2.htm
· http://www.stratfordeast.com/whats_on/Central%20lines2.shtml
· http://www.redliontheatres.co.uk/redfest-2012.htm
· http://www.theoffcutfestival.com/
· http://www.drywrite.com/welcome.php
· http://www.arcolatheatre.com/?action=showtemplate&sid=451
· http://bushgreen.org/web/guest/create_account
· http://www.timeout.com/london/theatre/article/2726/hackney-wicks-the-yard
· www.tinydogproductions.com

And also a great tip off from one of my MA students about the following play at The Kings Head in Islington. It’s a production of Stephen Berkoff’s play Kvetch (all about notions of fear), on until 4 November. (The website makes it look pretty appealing…) https://kingsheadtheatre.ticketsolve.com/shows/126517786/events

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