Witsherface currently has a writing group in development, which will be open to members in late 2022. The group will meet on a regular basis and explore various script writing practices, produce scripts for different mediums, and have guest speakers and regular readings of works created by members. The writing group is open to all women, individuals identifying as women, and any other individuals who feel unrepresented within the arts. WitsHerFace Writers are currently trying to secure funding to support our activities and seeking writers to join our group. If you are interested in joining or wish to make a donation, please contact us below by email, through Social Media or through our contacts page
Writing for Film
WitsHerFace writers are looking to develop projects for shorts and for film. We have experienced production staff looking to work with writers to support them to tell their stories.
Writing for tv
Within WitsHerFace Writers we have several alumni of the Writing Fiction for Television course based in Glasgow Caledonian University and our board has many years experience within Television Production. We can support writers to develop idea's or scripts thet they have for different genres within the television industry.
writing for stage
Some of our members including our board members have extensive experience within the theatre world. We can support writers to develop any works for the stage and can access our experienced directors, producers and actors for further support.
writing for radio/audio
WitsHerFace writer were involved in the creation of Queen of The Road, A six-part audio comedy which aired on Pulse Radio. We are keen to develop further audio projects and will support writer to develop their ideas
WitsHerFace Writers support our creatives to develop their work and we frequently host reading of works in progress, in private, in public, and on online forums. We have been fortunate enough to have readings of amazing scripts such as Rachel's Cousin by Anne Marie Di Mambo, Anatomy of Witchcraft by Toni 'Bones' Benedetti, and most recently the Funeral Club by Eimi Quinn.