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Salisbury Fringe 2020 – the line-up!

Many thanks to all the writers who submitted their scripts for the Salisbury Fringe this year. We had a fantastic number of entries and it was great to see so many ideas. Creativity is alive and well! Congratulations to all of our writers.

Our Short Cuts:

Alternate by Kate Scott

Feuding Families by Vivian Oldaker

In Your Head by Jonathan Edgington

It Isn’t You by Nicolas Ridley

The End by Pete Talman

Our Monologues:

Abandoned

Award Speech

Clumsy Clot

Easy Life, TM

Emoji Face of the Year Award

The Price of Firewood

Pulled

Sammy’s Not There

Bourne to Write – the Duologues

Congratulations to those writers who took part in the Bourne to Write event and whose pieces have been chosen to be filmed for the Fringe. The selected duologues are:

Evanescent – Angela Jackson

End of Day – Debra Sweeney

Go Home – Christine Diment

Hydrangea – Linda Morse

The Trail – Sally O’Shaughnessy

Spy – Roy Chatfield

Bourne to Write

We’re delighted to be collaborating with the marvellous Angela Street on a series of workshops designed to discover the hidden quirkeries surrounding Bourne Hill House: the Secret, Poesy and Herb gardens, sculptures, ancient trees, 18th century ice house, sundial, stone memorial urn, and old city ramparts.

Angela will guide writers through the sense of touch – texture, shape, form, weight – as they write a short piece in the open air and discover characters and stories inspired by the objects in their natural surroundings.

Angela Street is a qualified writing coach (RDst, Arvon, NAWE) with 25 years’ experience working with writers. She holds an MA in Scriptwriting and a Writers’ Guild award for her work with writers; many have had work performed in the South West and off-West End.  A former Open University lecturer, she now runs She Writes, Red Hots, Doodahs, and Write On for unheard voices with LinkUpArts.  During lockdown Angie co-founded Blue Pearl Theatre with Mike Doherty and Mark Thomas to produce plays addressing climate change.  In 2015 she established Juno Theatre for women theatre makers. 

Angie is delighted to support Salisbury Fringe which grew out of the enthusiasm of the talented writers she worked with at Salisbury Arts Centre. Please email her: astreetwriter@yahoo.com if you have any questions about the workshops. 

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