July’s newsletter includes our meeting dates until the end of September plus news of Saito Hawkins’ Edinburgh preview and writing opportunities with Angry Bear Productions and the University of Southampton.
June’s edition includes a call for scripts for this month’s two workshop sessions, outlines Bristol Old Vic’s Open Session and finds BBC Radio 4’s podcast Forest 404.
May’s update has our upcoming dates for this month and next, news of our writers’ recent activities plus a couple of scriptwriting opportunities.
There’s no fooling in April with our first workshop session straight up on the 2nd. We also have word of a scriptwriting course running in central Bristol on selected Fridays until 14 June…
Our March newsletter has full programme details for our second Scratch Nights event plus a reminder that the clock’s ticking on the UK’s biggest playwriting prize.
Our 25th anniversary year kicks off with more frequent meetings on different weekdays, a reminder about our Scratch Nights II event in March, an opportunity for SW-based women writers, and two upcoming national submission deadlines.
We’re wrapping up 2018 on Tuesday, 11 December, with a meeting in the Rehearsal Room at Bristol Old Vic in King Street, BS1 4ED. Bristol Old Vic has secured its Rehearsal Room and we need to access this meeting place as follows: Please sign in at reception next to the bar and gather near the..
We’re back at Bristol Old Vic next Tuesday, 13 November, for our first regular meeting following the huge success of our debut Scratch Nights event last month — read on for our Scratch Nights I round-up. Next week’s meeting sees our return to Southwest Scriptwriters’ birthplace, the Coopers’ Loft, which was our original venue from..
A big autumn opens for us tomorrow evening, Tuesday, 2 October, with our regular meeting at Bristol Old Vic. Wednesday, 24 October then sees our debut Scratch Nights event aboard the Lightship Theatre in Bathurst Basin — learn more below… Tuesday, 2 October at 8pm: Open Workshop Tonight’s meeting at Bristol Old Vic features work..
Bristol Old Vic’s Clore Learning Studio is the setting for our eighth meeting of 2018 next Tuesday, 21 August. Enter the theatre complex via the Stage Door off Queen Charlotte Street, BS1 4HJ, sign in and go straight to the meeting on the second floor — please ask BOV staff if you need directions. Everyone..