Friday, 4 April 2014
How to Enter Ticket to Write 2014
The competition is for one-act stage plays about The Beatles or any other artist, group or aspect of the 60s Mersey pop music scene. The plays should last about 40 - 45 minutes. Three plays will be chosen to be staged at the Unity Theatre on Tuesday and Wednesday July 15 and 16 . The same plays will be staged on both nights giving a greater payback for the efforts of the writers, director and actors. The audience votes will still be included in the overall choice of the winner of the £150 prize.
The plays can feature any aspect of The Beatles or other Mersey artists of the 60s era - their music, work or lives. They can even be inspired by a song or song-title.
The 40- 45 minute plays can have a maximum of four characters. The closing date for entries is Friday April 18, 2014.
So why not take advantage of this great opportunity to see your work performed? Just follow the instructions below.
Send an email to email@example.com with a basic version document of your script attatched.
To enable unbiased adjudication scripts must not bear the writer’s (s') name (s) on any page.
All submissions must be the writer's original work, or the writer holds the copyright. They must be written in English in an easily readable conventional stage-script style.
When we receive your script we will confirm, again via email, and ask that you then complete the Submission Form, print it off, sign it and post it to us with the £20 UK application fee. ($35 US, Canadian and Australian Dollars, or $40 New Zealand Dollars)
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for guidance if you entering from a country not catered for above.
N.B. If your application is incomplete or we do not receive the fee, it will not be judged.
If you are submitting more than one script, each must have its own application form, £20.00 fee ($35 US, Canadian and Australian Dollars, or $40 New Zealand Dollars) and be submitted separately – as separate emails. Unsuccessful scripts will be deleted within two weeks of the announcement of successful submissions.
We strongly advise that you keep a copy of your script and application for your records. More info here.
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