I’ve just read a great piece about women in TV written by Emma Reeves, a show creator, playwright and WGGB award winner, into her research with the Writers Guild of Great Britain. Thanks to Philip Gladwin at Screenwriting Goldmine for letting me share it here. Here are some headlines: Analysing data from the five mainContinue reading “Women in TV”
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Glittering Audiences: day 2
Glitter Knickers is proving (on the evidence of two nights) to be something people like! We had another smashing audience, with a very large “on the door” queue. I hope you’ll indulge my sharing some feedback – and if it inspires you to come, that would be wonderful – just tonight & Saturday (4/5 March)Continue reading “Glittering Audiences: day 2”
How do we get people writing (produced work) for theatre when they can’t build a relationship?
You need to be familiar with a range of our work. Spend time at the bar, introduce yourself. If you’ve not seen new writing here in the last few months, I don’t want to hear from you. These are all real words spoken by theatre building peeps, to writers. I can’t argue – and amContinue reading “How do we get people writing (produced work) for theatre when they can’t build a relationship?”