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Comedy writing submissions: Sketch in the City

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Short sketches are invited from writers based in the North of England to be performed at a live event
Selected sketches will be performed by the Urmston Unusuals troupe at Sketch in the City's next event at the Three Minute Theatre in Manchester on 7 April.
Writers can send sketches of up to three minutes running time. The maximum number of characters is six (three women, three men). Keep props to a minimum. Only one sketch submission per writer.
Writers must be based in the North of England.
The closing date for sketch submissions is 3 March.

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