WriterSlam

WriterSlam UK – supported by Channel 4, ITV, Sky and BBC, as well as production companies Hat Trick, Tiger Aspect and TriForce Productions, WriterSlam provides a platform for writers looking to break into TV. Prizes include paid development commissions and mentoring with top TV executives.

WriterSlam takes place twice a year, with events alternating between drama and comedy.

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See below for more information on upcoming WriterSlam opportunities and previous events.

Screenwriting Goldmine’s December newsletter has a piece on TriForce Productions and an interview with Minnie Ayres, COO of TriForce Creative Network and Executive Producer of TriForce Productions’ first programme Sorry,...

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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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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 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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WriterSlam Returns!

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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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Last night we returned to Theatre Royal Stratford East for the WriterSlam: Comedy Edition for 2015! We got to use the theatre’s new studio space for the show, with a great...

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The next WriterSlam UK will be on Thursday 19th November, and with the show fast approaching, the TriForce team have been busy whittling down the enormous number of entries. The...

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The next WriterSlam UK will be on Thursday 19th November, and with the show fast approaching, the TriForce team have been busy whittling down the enormous number of entries. The...

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To help all of you entering WriterSlam, we asked Pete Thornton, Head of Comedy for Tiger Aspect, to give you some insider knowledge on what he’s looking for from WriterSlam...

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We’re catching up with another of our WriterSlam winners, Michael Wiafe. Michael is a London born avid reader and writer.  In 2013 Michael wrote his first feature film, a sports drama...

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