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Published 17th May 2017

Writers Danielle Jawando and Chris Neilan

Ever wanted to write for TV?

Come along to one of our FREE Significant Ink taster sessions in Teesside this spring. With writers Danielle Jawando and Chris Neilan, we’ll be looking at character, dialogue, and the features of a good script using film clips as reference point, as well as working on our own script ideas.

Significant Ink is a new talent development initiative led by New Writing North, which aims to find and develop brand new voices currently under-represented in UK screenwriting. The taster sessions are aimed at a range of writers, including those with no previous experience.

We are particularly looking to connect with writers from groups that are currently under-represented, including BAME, LGBT+, disabled and working class writers.

Come along, have a go at screenwriting and find out more about the Significant Ink professional development programme, which aims to bring writers from under-represented groups to the attention of broadcasters and production companies, including via talent development and award schemes run by New Writing North, Channel 4 and others.

For any queries please contact Michael Edwards michael.edwards@sky.com

Sign up now for one of these FREE sessions.:

Middlesbrough Library, Saturday 20 May 

Newport Community Hub, Middlesbrough, Friday 26 May



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