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The Painkiller Pool- introductory service

The Painkiller Pool is a place for directors and playwrights to meet using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. ​The Painkiller…

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Abbey Theatre- 14 artist bursaries to explore Ireland’s War of Independence and Civil War.

Abbey Theatre announces open call for artist bursaries to explore Ireland’s War of Independence and Civil War. The fund, which has a total value of…

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Free course for writers in the North East

Live Theatre are on the lookout for budding North East writers interested in writing for the stage. They created Live Playwriting. This is a friendly and…

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National Centre for Writing- new OPEN DOORS opportunities

The Open Doors will explore innovation in the presentation of literature events and reflect on the experience of the global Covid-19 lockdown. Collaborations between writers,…


New Multimedia Play, Invisible Summer, from Playwright Eve Leigh and Director Rachel Bagshaw Available via the Royal Court Newsletter Later this Month

From our friends : Eve Leigh, Rachel Bagshaw and a collective of artists bring you InvisibleSummer – a new multimedia play for your inbox. It’s…

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Pentabus and Heritage & Culture Warwickshire presents- It Gets Lighter From Here

The 21st of December is the shortest day of the year. On this date, alongside Culture Central, and other West Midlands’ arts organisations, Pentabus will…

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Nouveau Riche -SUBMISSIONS ARE OPEN

Nouveau Riche are passionate about authentic story telling. They are hoping for writing that is thought provoking, challenging that says something about the world with…

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Quay Words and Libraries Unlimited Writer-in-Residence: Exploring the stories of Exeter’s Women

Libraries Unlimited are seeking submissions for a Writer-in-Residence this coming spring 2021. The chosen writer will be in residence for two months, firstly at Exeter…