Tuesday, 17 June 2014
Bristol Old Vic’s Literary Department Open Session - Deadline 30th June 2014
For one month Bristol Old Vic’s Literary Department opens up to read new and previously unproduced plays and musicals from writers living and working in the South West.
Submissions are accepted from Monday 2 June until Monday 30 June 2014.
For the 5 plays or musicals that most set the pulses racing Bristol Old Vic will offer bespoke packages of development furthering its conversations with regional writing talent. The Top 20 submissions will receive full readers’ reports.
Writers’ work is submitted by email, and will be judged with the Writers’ identity anonymized.
Full details of the eligible South West catchment area, and of how to submit work can be found at:
Bristol Old Vic: Open Session
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