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Ghost Stories

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Congratulations to Norwich Writers’ Circle member James Dimelow, who can be seen in Thursday 18th August’s Evening News and Eastern Daily Press ‘Event’ section.

In the article James is discussing his forthcoming ‘Ghosts Of Gressenhall‘ play. The family-friendly half-hour drama, which has been written on behalf of Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse, is an extension of the museum’s recently revamped ‘Voices From The Workhouse’ exhibition.

It is hoped that James’ play will be performed at the national heritage centre before the end of 2017.

In addition to the above, the NWC member shall also be featured in EDP Norfolk magazine. The popular publication shall be highlighting the playwright’s ‘Ghosts’ project in its September 2016 edition.

For more information please visit James’ website at newplays.org.uk, or alternatively follow him on Facebook.

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Brush Up Your Shakespeare

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Following on from its publication in Fine City magazine late last year, Norwich Writers’ Circle member James Dimelow‘s Shakespeare-inspired short play ‘Pedigree‘ is being performed at the Maddermarket Theatre next month.

On Thursday 14th April at 7.30pm, James’ deliciously dark tale is being featured in a night of new writing which forms part of the city theatre’s ‘Shakespeare At 400’ mini-festival. This evening of rehearsed readings has been organised by Red Duck Producktions.

Discover more by going here, visiting James’ Facebook page, following the writer on Twitter, or by calling the theatre Box Office on 01603 620917.

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It’s Play Time

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November 3rd: A return to our normal haunt, The Assembly House in Norwich’s Theatre Street will see accomplished playwright and former committee member, James Dimelow, providing the fun. James will be treating us to his workshop, entitled “Play Time”.

James has penned six plays to date and received praise from London’s Soho and Royal Court theatres. “An urban Wicker Man” was how one review described his second script, Fall & Rise.

James’ workshop will herald our second in-house competition. In-house competitions can be entered free of charge by members. Non-members may also enter but must pay £3. James will be returning as speaker to deliver his adjudication of the competition on February 2nd which will include feedback to individual submissions’ authors. For full guidelines please click here: Competition Two.

Looking forward to seeing you all Tuesday. Don’t forget your pens and pads, now will you?