A evening presenting a mix of new writing from scriptwriters, poets, storytellers  and spoken word artist. 

Love new writing, unique voices and great stories?


Then ScriptMix is your type of event! 


Now based at The Curfew, this is a regular event every month that profiles and celebrates new writing and creative ideas.


Come along and be part of the new writing scene in Bath, join our creative community as we discuss and watch new work together. 



 Next ScriptMIX event 
Feb 22nd 2018
The Curfew, Bath BA1 5DG 

My Friend Laura 

Written by Kevin Jones 

Murder of My Aunt

Written by Peter Eyre 


Written by Matthew Fisher 

Back Of The Sofa 

Written by Gerard Moran 

Peter Eyre has recently started writing for the stage and has now completed one short play and a full length Black Comedy. He has been a freelance TV Director for 30 years, making a wide range of programmes for all the main channels as well as writing a number of children's shows for the BBC and working as a lecturer in TV production.

"Matthew is a writer and actor. He has guest starred in the award nominated web-series "Whovians" and can be seen in "Packaged," one of the It’s My Shout short films that was aired on BBC2.

Matthew's first experience of script writing was in 2016 where he co-wrote and starred in, “The Universe plc”. It was performed at Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff to a sold out audience.

The play has been adapted for the screen and is in pre production with Watchers Productions.

He has success with his writing being performed all over the UK, online and even across the pond in New York City." 

Kevin's one-woman show Izzy’s Manifestos was performed at Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017. An extract from another new play Cardiff Boy was selected as overall winner at Chippy Lane's Chippy and Scratch night 2017. His previous feature-length play Shed Man was part of the Camden Fringe in 2016, after first being performed at Theatrelab's Wordplay. Since 2012, his short plays have been performed in London, in venues such as Southwark Playhouse (The Little Pieces of Gold Showcase) and Tristan Bates Theatre (The Significant Other Festival). Other plays have been performed in Dublin, Amsterdam, New York, Connecticut, Oregon, Washington, Albuquerque and Hawaii. His most successful short play, The Lunchbreak Manifesto was performed at The Producers Club, off-off Broadway.
ScriptMIX past events 
Born in Birmingham to Irish parents, Gerard Moran studied in Leeds and then moved to Stoke-on-Trent where he has been a teacher of English for nearly 20 years. Having written numerous sketches for school concerts, his wife demanded that he complete one of his many half-finished personal projects and the result is his first play, The Back of the Sofa, which explores the destructive potential of middle class relationships in the 21st Century.

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