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Aspiring Nottinghamshire stagewriters, take note!

The Triliteral Stageplay Festival represents a chance for aspiring stagewriters to have their work performed in Nottingham venues and thereby reach a much larger audience. The brainchild of Daniel Hallam and Richie Garton of Halden Theatre and Richard Pilgrim of the Nottingham Writers’ Studio, the Festival is open to anyone in Nottinghamshire; no matter your age or background, if you have a script in your head, we want to read it!
There is a definite element of competition involved in Triliteral. We will be performing a total of nine new plays over three days in June 2010, and only the very best ones will be selected for performance by Halden Theatre. We are interested in plays of all genres, from tragedies and thrillers to farces and satires. We are not looking for any features in particular; just good quality, original scripts which will showcase Nottingham’s creative talent and make for excellent viewing.

We are hoping to make Triliteral an annual event, and put Nottingham on the artistic map. If your script is one of the successful nine, you may well go down in history. Be part of something, be Triliteral!


  1. Melanie Poole
    Posted January 17, 2010 at 9:58 am | Permalink

    I have written two plays both set in the 40’s. I have a huge passion for writting and creating new ideas through performance. I would love beyound words to get my work out there.

  2. Jane Upton
    Posted February 1, 2010 at 3:22 pm | Permalink

    Hello – we have a play that has been performed to a small audience once. Would this still qualify or does it have to be completely new?


    • twp2009
      Posted February 4, 2010 at 5:36 pm | Permalink

      Hello Jane

      We’re not offering the opportunity, we’re just promoting it, so you’ll have to check the Triliteral website –

      Good luck!

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