The first live show from Pentabus in the company's new home as it celebrates its 50th anniversary year can be seen at Ludlow Assembly Room next week.

Seen is the new production from Pentabus Young Writers, now celebrating over a decade of supporting rural new writers and launching careers in the arts.

Pentabus is incredibly proud of these young writers, and recent graduate writing credits include BBC Radio 4, Bristol Old Vic, VAULT festival, BBC One, and a full stage commission from Pentabus.

Seen is Pentabus’ first live show since moving to their new home at Ludlow Assembly Rooms, where they will also perform Make Good, a new musical telling the story of the Post Office Horizon scandal, later in the year.

Both Seen and Make Good are part of Pentabus’ 50th anniversary season, celebrating half a century of world-class rural theatre. Seen is also part of the Ludlow Fringe Festival, which takes place from Thursday, June 13 to Sunday, June 23 at Ludlow Assembly Rooms.

Seen showcases new short plays written by eight emerging writers from the Borders and the West Midlands on Pentabus’ flagship Local Young Writers Programme, performed at Pentabus’ new home, Ludlow Assembly Rooms.

Developed with the professional support of Young Writers course tutor Katie Erin Salt and outgoing head of engagement Andrew Sterry, Seen is a funny, honest and vibrant celebration of diverse voices, exploring their unique perspectives on the world.

Seen will be at Ludlow Assembly Rooms on Friday, June 14 and Saturday, June 15. To book, visit Free tickets are available for under-25s.