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TriForce COO Minnie Ayres Interview

Get to know a little more about TriForce COO Minnie Ayres, the history of the Network and some exciting details about the upcoming TriForce Short Film Festival! Read the article here on…

WriterSlam Drama 2016 Winners

The WriterSlam Drama Edition 2016 was an absolutely incredible event last night held at a new venue for us, the Studio in the stylish St. James Theatre, Victoria.  We launched straight in…

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Channel 4 teams up with MonologueSlam!

We’re very excited to announce that Channel 4 are now officially supporting MonologueSlam UK! Recognising that traditional routes into the industry are becoming more expensive and less accessible, Channel 4 are…

#SIDK in Broadcast!

Our CEO Fraser Ayres is in Broadcast Online this week, talking about our new show on ITV2, Sorry I Didn’t Know and why it’s refreshing to see a commercial broadcaster…

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WriterSlam Drama 2016 Finalists

The WriterSlam Finalists have now been announced! We are very excited to announce our 5 finalists for WriterSlam 2016. The finalist writers and their scripts are: Onyinye Egenti and Adele Oni – Lost…

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The WriterSlam Drama 2016 Shortlist

The WriterSlam Shortlist has now been announced! We are very excited to announce our shortlist for WriterSlam 2016. The shortlisted writers and their scripts are: Neil D’Arcy-Jones – Save Our…

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TriForce Productions on ITV2!

TriForce Productions first show Sorry, I Didn’t Know on ITV2 Thursday 3rd November 2016 – 8.30pm ITV2 We are excited to announce TriForce Productions will debut with TV programme Sorry, I…

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TriForce Productions: #SIDK!

History, with a touch of colour… We’re very excited to announce that we’re working on our first TV broadcast commission, bringing a brand new look to the comedy panel show…

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WriterSlam Returns!

Are you a writer looking to break into the TV industry? Building on the success of our MonologueSlam UK initiative for actors, WriterSlam UK is our programme to help TV production…

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Minnie Ayres in Broadcast

COO Minnie Ayres details five actionable steps to greater gender equality in an article for Broadcast discussing the on-screen gender gap. Read the full article here.