Author: Southwest Scriptwriters

Newsletter, April 2018

Springing into action tomorrow, Tuesday, 24 April, we’re back for another meeting in Bristol Old Vic’s Rehearsal Room. Sign in at BOV’s Stage Door off Queen Charlotte Street, BS1 4HJ, and go directly to the Rehearsal Room on the second floor — please ask at the entrance if you need directions to the meeting. Everyone..

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Newsletter, February 2018

February’s session falls next Tuesday, 13, in the Rehearsal Room at Bristol Old Vic. Enter the theatre complex via the Stage Door entrance off Queen Charlotte Street, BS1 4HJ, sign in, and go directly to the meeting on the second floor — please ask the Stage Door staff if you need directions. Everyone attending pays..

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Newsletter, January 2018

Happy New Year — looking forward to your scriptwriting successes in 2018! We’re getting the year underway next Tuesday, 16 January, with an exploration of the writer-director relationship in filmmaking — learn more below — in Bristol Old Vic’s Rehearsal Room. Sign in at the Stage Door entrance off Queen Charlotte Street, BS1 4HJ and..

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Newsletter, December 2017

Join us to wind up 2017 at our December session in Bristol Old Vic’s Rehearsal Room next Tuesday, 12 December. Enter the theatre complex by the Stage Door entrance off Queen Charlotte Street, BS1 4HJ, sign in, and go straight to the Rehearsal Room on the second floor — ask the Stage Door staff to..

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Newsletter, November 2017

We’re hot off the blocks this month with our meeting on its first Tuesday, 7 November. It’s taking place at 8pm in the Rehearsal Room at Bristol Old Vic — please sign-in at the Stage Door entrance through the Rackhay off Queen Charlotte Street, BS1 4HJ and go straight to the Rehearsal Room on the..

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Newsletter, August 2017

Next Tuesday marks an August debut for Southwest Scriptwriters. It’s happening in the Clore Learning Studio at Bristol Old Vic, King Street, Bristol, BS1 4ED. Sign in at the Stage Door entrance off Queen Charlotte Street — follow the footsteps on BOV’s handy map below. Everyone attending meetings pays £2.

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