Monday, February 23, 2015

Bunbury Writing for Performance Competition

The Shore Lines Writing for Performance Festival creates opportunities for established and emerging writers of all ages to have their work seen by a live audience. If you like to write and would like your work performed then Shore Lines is for you. The competition calls for written entries that will be judged on the quality of the writing and its suitability for performance. We encourage a wide range of genres including monologues, poems, plays, songs, stories, comedy, hip hop or rap.

Entries are open until Friday 27 March 2015 and will be judged by an expert panel from Edith Cowan University. There are two categories aimed specifically at young writers: one for primary and one for secondary school aged. A third category is open for all ages. There is an impressive range of prizes on offer including a week's residency at the Katherine Susannah Pritchard Writer's retreat for the open category winner to absorb themselves in their craft.

An entry forms is attached to this email and is available for download from our website by visiting this link -

Not sure where to start? Why not attend a free workshop at BREC? We will be holding a Writing for Performance workshop this Thursday, 26 February from 6-8pm. Please note that workshop places are strictly limited so registration is essential by emailing

Kind regards,

Katherine Weston
Marketing Officer – Media & Promotions
Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre
T: 08 9792 3116
F: 08 9792 3122


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