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Inspirational support for scriptwriters in our region

Script Yorkshire is a volunteer-run organisation supporting writers in creating stories for stage, screen and radio.


Become a member and you’ll have access to free writing workshops with industry professionals, along with plenty of opportunities to share your scripts and see them come to life through our network of local actors.


So whether you’re just starting out in scriptwriting and you’re keen to learn the craft, or you’re an experienced writer with wisdom to impart, come and join us! We’d love you to be part of what we do.

Learn your craft and keep improving

Inspiring workshops with industry professionals in all genres of writing

See your work come alive

Regular script-in-hand performance events with feedback from the pros

Keep your finger on the pulse

All the latest news on commissions, competitions and events delivered to your inbox

Find collaborators and make friends

Online group chat to share news, seek advice and organise meet-ups

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Saturday 23rd March

How does telly work? with Lisa Holdsworth

11am to 4pm @ Leeds Playhouse (to be confirmed)

Nothing to do with pressing the power button on the remote. Everything to do with who does what in the world of TV production and how you, as a writer, fit into the jigsaw. An illuminating and fun day guaranteed when Lisa's leading the sesh. Read more.

Booking window opens Saturday 9th March via the events tab in your member account

POSTPONED until further notice

Producing your own work Q&A with Sarah Carratt

Online via Zoom from 7.30pm

Our Chair Jonathan Hall is back in the Zoom room with his Proactive Writer series. This month it's scriptwriter and performer Sarah Carratt in the hot seat. Tune in for all the insight on how she stages her own work.

The Zoom link will be shared in the SYchat group prior to the event

"You find that plays, radio dramas, TV series and movies are written by people just like you. They fret, they struggle, occasionally triumph. They live in Yorkshire. They belong to Script Yorkshire."

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