PEMBROKESHIRE based international writing competition, Pint-sized Plays is getting ready for this year's Script Slam in Fishguard's Theatr Gwaun on Saturday, September 28.

All six winning scripts and four runners up will be performed in the competition regular annual Script Slam. This is always a fun evening where the audience in the theatre actually get to vote for their favourite script.

Competing this year for the coveted Pint-Pot award are: Ever Changing Skyline by Emma Pitt; Here to Stay? by Doc Watson; Stowaways by Keith Johnson; The Bad Baby Club by Julie Barnett; Trapped by Barry Wood; Zoo Detective by Barry Wood; Every Cloud by Tony Cottrell; Color Me Screwed by Nedra Pezold Roberts; The Interview by Doc Watson and Visiting Time by Roy Brown.

"Each year it seems to get better and better and now that we publish the winning scripts, Pint-sized Plays are being performed all over the world, which is terrific for our talented writers," said Pint-sized Plays organiser, Derek Webb.

"This year three of last year's plays went up to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival too where they played to packed houses all month – so the word is certainly spreading."

At the Script Slam, winners and runners up are on equal terms, and the overall winner of the Best Script award is decided by the audience.

On more than one occasion, a runner-up has walked away with the top prize. Besides the award for Best Script and runner-up, prizes are also awarded for Best Performance by Peter Richards, Artistic Director of Fluellen Theatre Company.

The 2019 Pint-Sized Plays Script Slam starts at 7.30pm on Saturday September 28th at Theatr Gwaun in Fishguard. Tickets (£7.50) can be booked on