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International Festival of Playwriting and Performance


The 2014 International Festival of Playwriting and Performance will take place at the St. James Theatre in London from 7-10 May 2014.

The festival will run over four days and will feature productions of past and present winning plays from Trinity’s playwriting competition. With workshops, musical performances, activities for schools and more, there will be something for everyone. There are special events for primary schools, secondary schools and writers, and a special gala day with awards ceremony on Saturday. Download the flyer for full information.

Find out what's happening each day:

Wednesday 7 May      Thursday 8 May
Friday 9 May      Saturday 10 May


Tickets for the Primary and Secondary Schools' Days can be booked through emailing dramateachers@trinitycollege.co.uk.

All other tickets can be booked through the St. James Theatre box office at www.stjamestheatre.co.uk or 0844 264 2140.



Download the press pack or contact the marketing department for more information.


Featured event:

Workshop: Writing Reviews for Theatre

12.00 - 1.00pm, Thursday 8 May (Writers' Day)

A chance to raise your questions in person or online with professional theatre reviewers.  Learn what to expect from reviewers and how you might approach taking criticism. The workshop will be facilitated by the Editor of artsawardvoice.com, Emrys Green, and he will be joined by reviewers from the digital and printed press.


Flossie Waite - Arts Award Voice Content Editor
Mark Shenton - Reviewer for The Stage and The Guardian, and Drama Chairman of the Critics Circle
Libby Purves OBE - Runs the review website theatrecat.com, previously Chief Theatre Critic for The Times and presents BBC Radio 4's Midweek programme
Eleanor Turney - Managing Editor at A Younger Theatre

Tickets available soon - find out more about the Writers' Day


Watch videos of highlights from past playwriting events.

View more photos of the 2013 playwriting festival


Register your interest to be kept up to date about the festival

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