Spring is sprunging, and we'll be back at Derby Museum to discuss scripts we're currently developing from 2pm on the first Sunday of the month - if you'd like to join us, get in touch - send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Just had a great bit of news about a play we've blogged about before - DSW member Richard's play ' It's all in the Mind ' will be performed by Zoom Arts on May 11th at Western Front in Brighton. It was originally one of the winning Pint Sized Plays performed last year, and it's great news that another theatre production company has taken an interest in Richard's writing. It just goes to show what fantastic things can happen to your story once it's complete and out there in the big wide world - speaking of which, time for me to get on with those edits...
We're really pleased to hear that DSW member Emma has had one of her short stories published in the Boo Books anothology, Breaking the Rules - for more information, take a look on the Boo Books website here .
Congratulations to DSW member Richard, whose play 'It's in the Bag' will be featured as an open rehearsal slot at From Page to Stage, part of the Pomegranate New Playwriting Festival 2014. If you'd like to see how a cast and director bring a work to life from the page, tickets are available now .
Reading stories is a big part of getting a better understanding of how great stories work, which is why we're really pleased DSW member Mike has just become a professional Reader for a major UK TV and film production company. Mike will be reading and assessing scripts, a skill that being a member of DSW's crit group has helped him hone to a fine art - we're looking forward to seeing how his experience of working within the industry will help us to become better writers and readers - good luck Mike!
Spring has sprung (well, it's sunny), so if you want to get your script ideas growing, come and join us to see what stories we're cultivating at the moment - come and say hello at Derby Museum on the first Sunday of the month, or email us - email@example.com