Northern Writers wanted for paid audio drama Scuttled
Bamalam Productions, in collaboration with the Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA), are looking for six North-West writers to work on a creative residency to create a unique audio drama through a combination of archaeology and historical research.
Scuttled will tell the story of a single family living and working on the Rochdale Canal between 1840 and 1922 through a series of interconnected vignettes over 60 minutes, based on an ongoing archeological dig in the area by MOLA.
They are particularly keen to hear from individuals whose writing journey is just beginning. Contributers will be mentored by the project lead writer who will also oversee storylining sessions involving all writers.
Each writer who is involved will receive £250 for approximately ten minutes of script.
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