Wild Duck is deservedly garnering a reputation for presenting bold, intelligent, contemporary work 

Georgia Renwick for Mark Apsen Reviews

Wild Duck 

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Nominated for 6
2018-2019 Swan Awards

Wild Duck Theatre is one of London’s newest and most exciting theatre collectives which showcases contemporary and classic work with great production and acting values. 

Wild Duck Theatre is a vibrant theatre company based in South West London 

Wild Duck Theatre is a vibrant theatre company based in South West London

Wild Duck Theatre is a vibrant theatre company based in South West London


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Wild Duck Podcasts 

Thank you for your interest in submitting your work for

Wild Duck Podcasts. 


Submissions are currently CLOSED,

please check back for updates.

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Wild Duck Podcast Productions is calling all writers who may have an unperformed play between 10 minutes and one hour just 

waiting to be heard

The short play or monologue should ideally have a maximum of  four characters

It may be on any imaginative or

realistic subject but not about the

current lockdown

We are looking for a range of subjects to contrast  alongside each other

Profit participation for Author 

Send Word or PDF script with a title page including  your name, address, email contact attached to script to 


Free to enter

Deadline |  September 1st

for Podcast Autumn 2020


Further information or questions


Our Supporters

Thank you to our supporters for their continued help and backing of Wild Duck productions 

Wild Duck Theatre is a member of BarnesChiswickLive initiative which supports  local productions 

Chiswick and Barnes share an historic bridge and opposite banks of the River Thames.  

More importantly, both are arty, hipster villages within London who love live theatre.

Everything from Panto to classic plays, for all the family or just for you, visit a warm welcoming & affordable live event. 

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