SurgeryScript offers subsidised script development for Neurodivergent writers with a practical rehearsal room approach.
If you need further development on your new script and want to work with actors and a director to help move your writing along, please email 15 pages of your script, a synopsis, and a character breakdown for consideration at our next invite only script development workshop.

Take part in DYSPLA invite only workshops and receive regualar updates on scripts in development, casting breakdowns and directors callouts. If you would like to join our pool of creatives, please contact us and we will add you to our network.
SurgeryScript unique workshop method is designed for dyslexic and neurodivergent writers, directors, and actors. It is a safe place to explore and experiment with new work and meet other industry professionals.

It’s an opportunity for industry talent to work collaboratively and help writers progress their scripts, culminating in a short presentation and post-performance discussion.

SurgeryScript supports Neurodivergent writers in our monthly workshops and six-month-long writer’s residency.

You can join the ND community by contacting us here.
Upcoming Surgery:
Date: Sunday 28 April 2024
Time: 12 pm to 5 pm
Date: Monday 29 April 2024
Time: 4 pm to 8 pm
Location: Confirmed once you are booked.

Subsidised costs for participation:
Writes: 60.00
Actors: 20.00
Directors: Free
Industry Guests: 5.00

Writers, email your CV,
15 pages of your script sample and character breakdown for

*(Formerly known as SundaySurgeryScripts and SundaySurgery).

Directors and Producers please connect here too.

These scripts have turned into TV shows, ACE funded plays, and feature films. We are the only organisation in the UK that provides this facility for the educationally disenfranchised at little cost and with funding we hope to expand outside of London and continue this essential resource to make it nationally available to the UK’s grassroots creative community.

DYSPLA not only produces original work with aim to explore and promote dyslexic narrative, we have also provided essential support to over 200 writers and directly worked with over 700 artists through our SurgeryScripts platform since 2010. This much needed support made the creative industry more accessible to those writers and artists, without which, many of them would not continue to be engaged in the creative sectors.
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