Announcement: as of Feb 2019, we will be ceasing to broadcast our ‘magazine’ style show every fortnight. instead, we will be focusing our energies on producing more audio drama – for more info on this and the fabulous programming we have coming up, to take us to our 100th(!) episode, have a read of this.
Listen to the Q&A session from the end of our WAF writing workshop (featuring Blackshaw’s Director, Ellie Pitkin, Blackshaw’s Project Manager, Vikki Weston, and writers; M. J. Starling, Chris Buxey and Kat Roberts.
Strat & Alex Do Art: this time they try their hand(s) at haiku
We announce that ‘The Final Adventure of Frankie Fightwell’ will be played in full in the next episode (released 20th June).
Pop this in your earholes – the fantastic Chris Buxey, Kat Roberts, and M. J. Starling discuss writing – the discipline of writing, how to write ‘real’ dialogue, and more!
He wrote ‘The Final Adventure of Frankie Fightwell’, which is our next show for Wandsworth Fringe at the Putney Arts Theatre! Find out more about Chris on his website and our blog – http://blackshawonline.com/blog/announcement-the-final-adventure-of-frankie-fightwell-cast-and-creatives/
She wrote ‘Staying Alive’, our 2014 Showcase Award Winner, which went on to have a run at the Pleasance Theatre with Blackshaw, AND was published by Nick Hern books! Kat is now developing a new play, and writing scripts for TV. Find out more about ‘Staying Alive’ on our blog – http://blackshawonline.com/blog/category/theatre/staying-alive/
Ellie gives a spoiler-free rundown of ‘Hamilton’ (which she done saw on Monday)
We chat about the Writing Workshop we’re running – FREE Writing Workshop for Wandsworth residents aged 16+ on Sat 12 May, 2-4pm, Putney Arts Theatre. The workshop will cover the discipline of writing, creating narrative, writing for radio, and can offer support for starting writing, or works in progress.
A reminder you can get discounted tickets for The Final Adventure of Frankie Fightwell, until 1st April!
Shows Ellie and Matt are seeing soon: Miss Julie at the National, Good Girl by Naomi Sheldon at the Trafalgar Studios, 42nd Street (featuring Lulu!), and The Great Wave (also at the National)