new writing

Late West End shows not for me I’m more than a little dismayed at the arrogance of people living in their London bubble, who are...

Sarah Hehir’s compassionate new play, Zero Down, is set in the staff room of a care home. Benni and Leyla are suspicious of student...

It feels perfectly appropriate that this year’s 10th-anniversary season of curating pioneers Forest Fringe should begin with an absolute dismantling of its form, and...

You'd be forgiven, from its title and marketing, for thinking Screens is yet another theatrical pulse check on our relationship with technology. And, for...

Tom Nash has been named winner of this year’s Red Planet Prize, run by prolific television writer Tony Jordan. Nash’s script Percentages was chosen from...

London fringe venue the Bread and Roses Theatre has launched the second year of its playwriting prize. The award is a competition for full-length plays...

Matt Grinter has become the eighth winner of the annual Papatango New Writing Prize, winning a full production at the Southwark Playhouse. As well as...

London fringe venue the Old Red Lion is relaunching its literary department, as it looks to produce more in-house shows. It coincides with the arrival...

Black, asian, and ethnic minority playwrights are being sought for the return of Belgrade Theatre’s Critical Mass new-writing programme. Twenty places will be available for...
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