Tiny Play Festival: A Showcase of New Writing for the Stage

A showcase of jewels, a tasting menu of amuse-bouches, a cabinet of miniatures…

UPDATE: Deborah Mason’s Tiny Play Festival has been awarded a richly deserved Arts Council Grant. Massive congratulations to Deborah. Onwards and upwards to greatness!

Tiny Play Festival presents the best in new writing for the stage, with a selection of short (very short, approximately 100 words long) plays.

These tiny plays will be fully performed — not just read, not just read out, but really performed, with lights, costumes, actors, scenery, maybe even sound effects and music — always with passion.

Tiny Play Festival is the brainchild of Deborah Mason, who was interested in the idea of a super-short-form play of 100 words being an art form in itself, not a snippet or extract from something else.

According to Mason, Tiny Play “provides new writers with an achievable target and aim, and the 100-word constraint itself helps with creativity. For more established writers it provides a break from the meisterwork and an opportunity to be playful.

“We have 11 writers,” she added, “some of whom have never written before, some who write professionally, and some who teach writing.”

Tiny Play Festival will feature 22 plays on a wide variety of subjects in quite different styles, from the Wild West to a bus on the Walworth Road, from Adam and Eve to Social Media status updates.

There will also be an opportunity for the audience to create their own play and engage with the work more directly in bringing that to life and seeing it performed “instantly” on the night.

Tiny Play Festival takes place on: Friday 28 September, 7.30pm, The Tea House Theatre, 139 Vauxhall Walk, London SE11 5HL.

Tickets cost £7 and are available on the door.

Come and support new drama! More information from: @tvclaw or tinyfestival@yahoo.co.uk

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