Pentabus Young Writers: National Programme

Pentabus is looking for 8-10 Young Writers to join writer Sophie Ellerby across six sessions to explore the principles of playwriting and work towards creating a 5 minute audio drama.

Pentabus Young Writers: National Programme

Are you aged 16-25? Interested in telling or writing stories? Would you like to learn to write a short audio play?

Pentabus is looking for 8-10 Young Writers to join writer Sophie Ellerby across six sessions to explore the principles of playwriting and work towards creating a 5 minute audio drama.

You will be guided from pitch to play, including a redraft process all with support and feedback. The final 5 minute plays will be professionally produced and released via our website and social media channels. The six sessions will take place monthly from November to March, on a Monday 7pm-9pm. 

Who:               Aged 16-25. 

This programme is aimed at young people who may not even know they’re writers yet. No previous writing experience is necessary.

Pentabus is the Nation’s Rural Theatre
Company and, as such, we are particularlyinterested in hearing from rural writers.

When:            
Mondays 7.30pm – 9pm, Dec 2020 – April 2021

7 Dec 20 , 4 Jan 21, 18 Jan 21,
8 Feb 21, 1 Mar 21, 22 Mar 21
April 21 Session TBC

Where:           Online

Cost:                FREE

For more information on how to apply please contact [email protected] 

Deadline for applications is Monday 23 November at 5pm

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Saskia Calliste

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26-year-old writer and assistant editor for Voicemag UK living in London. I have an MA in Publishing, a BA in Creative Writing & Journalism and am a featured author in The Women Writers’ Handbook. Currently in the process of publishing a book of interviews with influential Black women called 'Hairvolution'. I mainly write reviews and opinion pieces because I certainly always have something to say.

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