At the next ScriptTank meeting, we will hear Two Weddings, a TV pilot by Katharine Way.
Sharon and Dave are the most competitive brother and sister ever. A couple of months before Sharon is to marry Gareth, their Nan, who has always sorted them out, drops dead. And dear old gran has £4 million in her will which no one knew about, and leaves it to ‘The happy couple’ but doesn’t name them. As Dave proposes to his boyfriend, but Nan has left a series of tasks designed to make brother and sister get along. But will it all end in tears?
Two Weddings is a pilot for a half-hour TV comedy.
As this is a 30-minute script, we may also hear another short script by Gary, if time allows.
The studio will be open from 7pm, but the reading will start at 7.30pm so the room can be set up.
If you’d like to bring guests to this reading, please let Katharine and Richard know.
Next week, ScriptTank will be hearing Hope Street – a pilot for a comedy series by Alan Kramer.
In the mid-80s, Sean Savage dreams to form a band at Liverpool’s legendary College of Art where John Lennon and Stuart Sutcliffe started their creative partnership. But in a city overflowing with bands, Sean will have to fight musical apathy, face gangs robbing equipment, and prove to his peers and his radical department head that he has what it takes to be a true artist. On this journey of self-discovery, making friends, enemies, and finding love and inspiration from unlikely sources, he realises he might be moving in the wrong direction.
This is a coming-of-age, drama/comedy about finding your creative calling. How adversity and conflict can help overcome self-doubt and be the driving force and influence for creativity and artistic expression. How important time and place can shape one’s artistic destiny.
This week, the reading will begin at 7.30pm. Members can arrive from 7pm.
We can now announce the dates for ScriptTank’s winter 2019 schedule.
Our first meeting after our break over the festive season will be Tuesday, 22 January. We’ll then be meeting every fortnight, until mid-April
- 22 January,
- 5 February,
- 19 February,
- 5 March,
- 19 March,
- 2 April, and
- 16 April December.
After 16 April, we will be taking a break over Easter.
If there are any more updates, another newsletter will go out. Until then, we hope to see you in January, and we hope you have a good Christmas and a happy new year.