BBC writersroom are hosting a Q&A to tie in with the launch of this year's Dennis Potter Award at The Royal Court, London Monday 5th December 2005 at 5pm to 6.30pm.
On the panel will be Tony Grounds (writer of BBC dramas 'When I'm 64', 'Family Business' and 'Births, Marriages and Deaths'), Sharon Foster (last year's winner of the Dennis Potter award, and writer on 'Babyfather'), Kate Rowland (the BBC’s Creative Director of New Writing) and Jeremy Howe (Executive producer, BBC Drama).
The session not only ties in with the launch of the 2006 Dennis Potter Award but is an open discussion with the writers of their experience of writing original drama.
Entry for this event is free and is open to all writers, but please book early to avoid disappointment. If you would like to attend please contact the Royal Court Box Office on 0207 565 5000, for an unreserved ticket. To avoid queuing on the day, it’s advisable to collect tickets in advance from the Box Office (and/or to arrive half an hour before the start if possible). Tickets can only be reserved up to an hour before the event.