This year’s theme for London Writers’ Week is to provide access to and showcase the best new ideas going on in terms of writing for and using Digital Media in the UK. With the growth of Netflix, Amazon, BBC Three going online and theatre productions use of digital media, we hope the week provides an insight into and advice on some of the best new ideas in the UK.
Just announced: This year’s London Writers’ Week is also a benefit for victims of the Grenfell Tower fire, with 100% of profits from the week going to help victims, supported by The Tabernacle, Notting’s Hill theatre and arts centre at the heart of the community – previous events at The Tabernacle include events with Adele, Lily Allen and others. If you are not able to attend the week in person, you can purchase a Donation ticket and receive email highlights from the week.
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London Writers’ Week: Donation Tickets
July 5, 2017 @ 8:00 am - July 31, 2017 @ 11:55 pm
In order to raise money for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire, the worst fire in London since World War Two, the following writers are kindly donating their advice in return for a donation.
Don’t miss this opportunity to make a donation, and, in return, ask these writers for advice on your work, on writing, on their work, or on how to use writing to help.
The following donations are available:
Novelist and founder of the Women’s Prize for Fiction Kate Mosse – 5 questions available for £100 each
Writer and director of BBC Three hit “Ackee and Saltfish” Cecile Emeke – 3 questions available for £100 each
Writer and co-producer of “The Handmaid’s Tale” Dorothy Fortenberry – 5 questions available for £100 each
Writer and co-Director of Fun Palaces Stella Duffy – 5 questions available for £100 each
Writer of BBC Three hit show “Clique” Jess Brittain – 5 questions available for £100 each
All donations will go directly to the fund to benefit victims the Grenfell Tower fire.
Donation tickets can be bought here
In addition to the above, you can also purchase the previously announced Donation Ticket – in return for a donation to help the victims of Grenfell Tower, London Writers’ Week will email all donation ticket holders top tips from the week’s events.
The Donation Ticket is pay what you can and we suggest the donation can be anything from £10 to as much as you can afford to donate.
100% of profits from this year’s London Writers’ Week will go to the official fund to help the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.
Thank you to all of the writers who are donating their advice.
Donation tickets to help the victims of Grenfell Tower can be booked here