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Theatre503 Writers’ Programme: Beginnings with Natalie Mitchell

Written by Natalie Mitchell
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Theatre503 Writers’ Programme Course: Beginnings with Natalie Mitchell

You want to write a play, but where do you start? A workshop exploring how to find inspiration in the every day.

This session is part of our In-Person Writers’ Programme Weekend across Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th June at what will be the 503Studio at Nine Elms!

The 503Studio will be opening fully in late Spring 2025. Currently, the space is still a work-in-progress and the building is still a ‘shell’, it is carpeted with full power and is wheelchair accessible. You can find out more the 503Studio at Nine Elms here.

By purchasing a ticket for all three Saturday sessions, you will be able to unlock a discounted price of £99 for the full day of sessions!

Thanks to our Share The Drama scheme, we want to make sure those of you who are struggling in the current climate can still take part in our Writers Programme. If you would like to book a Share The Drama bursary for the Writer’s Programme, please call our box office on 02079787040.

If you have any access requirements, you can let us know by contacting You can view what we currently are able to offer on our Accessibility page.

Dates: Saturday 8th June 2024

Time: 10:30am – 12:30pm

Running time of workshop: 2 hours – delivered in-person at the 503Studio at Nine Elms. Maximum class sizes are 16. A portion of spaces have been reserved for Share the Drama places.

Natalie Mitchell

Natalie Mitchell writes for television, theatre and radio. Her nine-part podcast drama for BBC Sounds, The Piper, co-written with Vickie Donoghue, was nominated for the Tinniswood Award for best audio drama, and their co-written short film, Halfway Between the Land and Sea is currently being submitted for festivals. She was named on the Edinburgh TV Festival’s Ones To Watch Scheme 2019 and the BBC Talent Hot list 2017. TV credits include episodes of Waterloo Road, Ackley Bridge, Holby City and Doctors and several years as a core writer on EastEnders. Theatre credits include: Can’t Stand Me Now (Royal Court Young Writers’ Festival); Crawling in the Dark (Almeida); When They Go Low (National Theatre Connections programme); and To My Younger Self (Synergy Theatre). The short film she wrote for Synergy Theatre recently won gold at the charity film awards. She works regularly with communities across Medway and Kent to create theatre with and for them- recent projects have included Germ Free Adolescent, which also played as part of the Bunker’s final season and was nominated for best play for young audiences at the Writer's Guild awards; and This Wounded Island, which played at Theatre503.


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