Sunday, 26 April 2015

Playing to the crowd.

Sorry, not much notice for this playwriting competition, but I thought it was worth a mention in case anyone had anything suitable already written. Prizes include performance of your play as well as cash (£250) and one of the judges is a script reader for the BBC so it's a fantastic opportunity for the winner.

Don't be a Wally and waste time swanning around - give your pay a final polish and send it in!

13 comments:

  1. Me, too, Alex. I like the swan pic, Patsy.

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  2. Sorry, don't do plays. Best of all possible luck to all those who are able to enter.

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  3. I'm much to old to enter, but a great opportunity for those who meet the criteria.

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    1. I'll take you're word for it you don't qualify for '18 and under', Maria - but in that case you surely fit into '19 and over'?

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  4. Thanks for this, Patsy. I'd completely overlooked this one. Have just submitted my entry :)

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    1. Brilliant! Good luck - and don't forget my invite to the premier ;-)

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  5. High, girl.
    I gotta lotta tantalizing illustrations on our 22 blogs
    (a ultra-plethora-of-altruistic-perpetuation)
    and I’m more than happy to share,
    to give to you what God has granted me - a steward
    in this finite existence, this lifelong demise.

    Faith, hope, and love -
    the greatest of these is love:
    jump into faith...
    and you'll see with love.
    Doesn’t matter if you don’t believe
    (what I write);
    God believes in you.
    God. Bless. You.
    Meet me Upstairs where the Son never goes down…

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  6. Hi, Patsy, great pic, but it's not one for me either. Though a play is a story in a different format, that's all. Good luck to anyone who has a go.

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    1. There are lots of similarities I think, Suzy - but some differences too.

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