TakeTen Play Writing Competition 2020
The TakeTen Judges
Chesil Theatre announces the top 20 plays and authors in their TAKETEN writing competition
Chesil Theatre is pleased to announce the top twenty plays and writers in their TakeTen Chesil Theatre New Writing Festival. The judges now go on to decide the winning ten plays from this group. Congratulations to all those involved.
A Desert Place, Rosemary Evans (London)
A Grande Day Out, Ian Fraser (Winchester)
All Our Lives, Christina Pye (Winchester)
Along Any Minute, William Patterson (London)
Armchair Critic, Nicky Denovan (Reading)
Careful, Karla Ptacek (London)
Dog Au Vin, Joe Holyoake (London)
Du Cane Court, Dom Brennan (Winchester)
Duty Bound, Chris Kibbler (West Midlands)
Easy Come Easy Go? Michael Staniforth (London)
Harry Lyme, Jeanette Rourke (London)
How About This, Thomas Sparrow (Northants)
Pufferfish Over The Carpathians, Neil Walden (Gloucester)
The Belgians, Ross Bateson (London)
The Book Club, Kate Price (Winchester)
The Specialist, Jenni Brooks (Derbyshire)
Tremble, Rob Johnston (Manchester)
Tunnel, Cate Sweeney (Cardiff)
Waiting For A Fare, John-Paul Jones (Poole)
Wedding Favours, Stephanie Weston (Bristol)
Sadly three of our planned 2020 productions had to be postponed, but they have certainly not been forgotten! Dracula and A Fine Bright Day Today will be found future performance slots.
In the expectation that our regular performances will resume at some point we are pleased to announce that our open-air production of A Midsummer Night's Dream has be rescheduled for the summer of 2021.
We are also regularly reviewing what can be done within the current government guidelines. As you will be aware these change from time to time and we are optimistic that we will be able to run performances in some form in the near future.
Please do check here or on our social media streams for updates.