Sandpit Arts' BULBUL 2013 Showcase Set for Nightingale Theatre, Nov 1
Heather Dunmore is a journalist and playwright who has had 4 short pieces performed at Theatre 503 as part of their Rapid Write Response night. Her play Margot won the Masque Theatre Playwriting competition earlier this year.
Stephen Keyworth is a graduate of the BBC Writers Academy and has written for soaps such as Eastenders as well as for Radio 4, The Continuity Man, Gondwanaland, My Difficult Second Album and an adaptation of a Farewell to Arms. His stage plays include Mad for It at Manchester's Royal Exchange, and Zimbabwe Boy for Flight 5065 at The National Theatre.
Based in East Sussex, Sandpit Arts is a unique non-profit arts, cultural and educational organisation. We are committed to sharing the diversity and creativity of the Arab world and its Diasporas with local communities across England. Bulbul was launched as a creative space where new and emerging playwrights can develop and showcase their talent; it is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
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