James Humphreys
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What I do:
Writer and Producer
A little more about me:
Co-founder and head of ScriptDawg. Writer by trade though keep getting sucked into the world of producing. Big film and TV buff, keen on video gaming when I can find the time.
Projects I’m working on:
ScriptDawg - Any activity you can find with us, I'm involved in some capacity.

Avant Cymru - Blue Scar, writer for their R&D hip-hop project.

Comedy Writers Room. Development of two projects for a writers room headed by Richard Boden.

Bashir Productions​ - Monologue, Writer. 31st May, Theatre Peckham
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James Humphreys's Blog

How is 3 Days to Stage Different from Other Scriptwriting Initiatives?

From time to time, we understand that us creatives need a hand with writing. Be it by actually finishing a project we have been working on since the beginning of time, or just finding a way to get inspired. 

Let’s be honest, this isn’t a particularly new concept. There’s…


Posted on February 6, 2019 at 3:30

Playwriting and Your Time Management

Are you a creative who promises themselves to start writing, but can never find the time to put pen to paper?  

Don’t worry yourself, we all have this issue. After all, we have to put bread on the table and writing is, let’s be honest, tedious.  …


Posted on February 2, 2019 at 4:48

The First Spark of Playwriting: The Idea

We at 3 Days to Stage have spent most of our time in Welsh theatre helping others create stories, with as few prescriptions and as much freedom as possible whilst still streamlining the whole process. We've found that churning out those scripts, from…


Posted on January 18, 2019 at 4:30

3 Days to Stage, the Fastest Way to Start Playwriting

You’re sat at your desk and you’ve fortified your position with a paraphernalia of writing utensils.  

You’ve made a promise to yourself. You’re not leaving your post until you’ve have penned your award-winning play, which is swirling around in that big creative cranium of…


Posted on January 7, 2019 at 19:36

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At 2:12 on March 27, 2018, Adrian Metcalfe said…

Dear James - thanks for the invite to the event on April 28. Sadly, I am away that weekend but we're very interested in coming to the next one. Keep us in touch? www.lighthouse-theatre.co.uk

At 22:25 on March 26, 2018, Nigel Streeter (Stanley Streets) said…

Oh there is definitely a febrile and slightly menacing atmosphere from some people surrounding the whole thing at the moment and I'm sure that will, like most things, mellow slightly as time goes on. But, I think that well observed pieces of work like this (by the likes of Othniel) can help to give it all a bit of balance and that will ultimately be of benefit to the people who have genuinely suffered over the years ...       

At 11:03 on March 26, 2018, Nigel Streeter (Stanley Streets) said…

Hello James .. good to connect fella. Just read your rather interesting thoughts on the 'MeToo' situation and all that ... not a million  miles away from a number of conversations that I have been having with several people (male and female) lately. Also interesting you thinking that the preconception is that it will all be howled down ...   

At 10:01 on March 26, 2018, Meryn Williams said…

Hi James. Interesting profile!

At 22:14 on March 25, 2018, Mica Williams said…
Hey James hope you're well! I'm more active on twitter but would love to chat about your work as I love comedy!
At 9:32 on March 17, 2018, James Humphreys said…

I usually use National Theatre Wales Community for sharing things. I'm not too active on this site. I will try to address that.


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