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Playwrights Studio Scotland

E-BULLETIN: March 2008

Welcome to Playwrights' Studio, Scotland's March E-bulletin.

These bulletins contain information about future Playwrights' Studio projects and activities, as well as many other opportunities available to playwrights across the UK and internationally from a range of sources.

We would appreciate any feedback you have on our E-bulletin and if you have any information that you would like to be circulated to our 4000+ subscribers, please email this to info@playwrightsstudio.co.uk by the end of the first week of each month.

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Studio News
Changing Roles with Birds of Paradise, 25 March 2008 – Book now!
Up Close Glasgow, 5 April 2008 – Book now!

Translation Resource
Fuse Script Reading Service

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Opportunities
Wireless Theatre Company-Call for scripts
Creative Writing Weekend at the Tron
Rod Hall Memorial
Playwriting Courses with Fishamble
Native Aliens Theatre Collective-Call for scripts
Larry Course Playwriting Competition
The Dylan Thomas Prize for Young Writers
New Works of Merit Playwriting Competition
Royal Court Young Writers Festival
Step Beyond Travel Fund
Writers' Theatre Short Play Festival-Melbourne, Australia
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Events
Bank of Scotland Imaginate Writer's Workshops
Traverse Theatre Workshops
A Programme, A Playwright and A Pint

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Quick Links
Arts Professionals in Moray
Cromarty Arts Trust – The Stables
The Mother Ship by Douglas Maxwell
An Advert for the Army by Kieran Lynn
Sixteen by Rob Drummond
The Wall by D.C. Jackson
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The Playwrights Network

The Playwrights Network links regional organisations which work to develop playwrights (and sometimes writers working in other media too) across the UK.Click on the map below to find an organisation in your area.

http://www.writernet.co.uk/php/map.php?id=294&ID=

The Scottish Society of Playwrights (SSP)

A professional members' organisation that represents, develops and promotes the interests and craft of professional Scottish playwrights working within the theatre sector.

To become a member or for more information about the Society, please see their website www.scottishsocietyofplaywrights.co.uk
or email administrator@scottishsocietyofplaywrights.co.uk


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