Budding playwrights should dust off their half-written scripts and make some time to finish them. The Verity Bargate Award, run by the Soho Theatre in London, offers a prize of pound;1,500 and possible production for the winning play. It must be at least 70 minutes long. The closing date is July 31. For more information and a full set of rules: www.sohotheatre.com.
An artist-led day school for adults at Tate Liverpool offers the opportunity to combine learning about 20th-century print-making with practical print-making activities. To book: 0151 702 7451.
Meet Mrs Sheridan at Apsley House, Wellington's London home, and hear about Regency high-life (June 15-16). Celebrate Waterloo week there by hearing a theatrical telling of the story of the battle (June 9-10) or find out about Regency art and design (June 18-21). For information, tel: 020 7499 5676.
Join in the discussion at the Community Media Association summer festival at the Hotel Metropole in Leeds, June 14 and 15. Find out about community radio, television and training opportunities. Information: www.commedia.org.ukfestival 2002.
Play vintage games from Pong to SuperMario in the new Interaction Space at the Design Museum in east London. The facility will also provide examples of the best contemporary design and an opportunity to visit the design history archive. Information: 020 7940 8790; www. designmuseum.org.