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Are you a Writer, Script Consultant or production company?

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If so then this event is for you,  on 24th September Pencil Rick productions are hosting a literary themed event in collaboration with the Writers Guild. This grass roots networking event is aimed at providing tips for success and industry insight for new writers and or emerging local creatives. The event would aim to connect such groups with and create awareness of, the Writers Guild and its various membership forms as well as promoting The Lantern Theatre (our venue) as a springboard for writers and new productions.

 
Pencil Trick Productions CIC are a Liverpool-based Social Enterprise which strives to forge links between stories and storytellers. PTP has Creative, Corporate and Collaborative arms of its business and our activities as a Community Interest Company (Registered No’ 08002205) are underpinned by a strong Social Enterprise Strategy which facilitates creative industry networking events.
The event has a publishing, production and commissioning theme and we are looking to secure a panel of four guest speakers whose experience covers a selection of Publishing, Literary Agents, ScriptConsultants, Published Writers, TV Writers, Media Group/Production company reps.
This event is for those who currently work as or want to connect with writers, bloggers, journalists, scriptwriters or the relating industries of publishing, production and online media.
For anyone interested in speaking at the event It would be an opportunity to plug your own business and meet some new contacts in the process. Your organisation would be appearing alongside a similarly experienced and successful panel of industry professionals.
 
Anyone interested please contact collaborators@penciltrickproductions.com for more info
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