Friday, 29 August 2014
A new writing initiative for Deaf and disabled writers in the North West. #seanocarolan.com #writing #contests #competitions #opportunities
Graeae Theatre Company in partnership with The Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse, The Royal Exchange Manchester and The Octagon Bolton bring youWrite to Play, a bold new writing initiative committed to developing the skills and experience of Deaf and disabled writers in the North West.
Fresh from its first year in London, Write to Play is breaking out and heading to the North West of England to discover and develop five new writers!
Working alongside leading artists in the UK this paid one year programme consists of tailor-made workshops, one to one mentoring and opportunities to have your short pieces of work performed in front of a live audience.
For full details on how to apply visit the website.
Applications open: Tuesday 26 August
Deadline for application submissions: Monday 22 September, 12 noon
Please be aware that you must:
- Identify as a Deaf or disabled person
- Work or live in the North West
- Be available for select dates from December 2014 – December 2015
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