HASSAN PANERO
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What I do:
Hassan Ahmed Farah (Panero) is a Poet & Script Writer for De Gabay produced by National Theatre Wales in Butetown, Cardiff
A little more about me:
Hassan Ahmed Farah (Panero) is a poet in the field of the unheard, he has been a traveller to the theatre since participatory art gave way to communicate, Hassan is a Somali born & raised in Denmark, as he grew up amongst his parents & nine Brothers & Sisters ethics & family love fuelled him with ambition, he came to live in Wales at the age of 15.
Change then became a huge subject in his writing and language, he at once used his creativity to influence himself to reflect on the importance that laid in the unheard voices, through poetry he tapped into the frequency of simplicity generating art, on a international level like workshops in Somalia, poetry has made a intense impact on community elders and the young that usually are misunderstood, his ambition is for De Gabay to enter into the book of History and create a unheard Chapter.
The Guardian wrote “150 of the country's leading participatory arts thinkers, practitioners and leaders united at the Institute of Contemporary Arts for the national summit Because We're Worth It! – and Hassan Panero, a Somali poet working with NTW, who captivated the audience with his lyrical prose and his own story of surprise that the organisation weren't "too posh to talk to him." “
Location:
cardiff
Projects I’m working on:
im currently working on De Gabay project which is the first project being produced by National Theatre Wales Ntw23
Twitter @username:
@hassanpanero

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De Gabay bouncing across the BBC radio 6 airwaves

From the journey that lead to this theatrical ride to the attention of people with the Capabilities to reach millions in seconds,

De Gabay was privileged to be presented on the well known Culture Show by the amazing Cerys Matthews on Friday last week, the show was aired…

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Posted on February 17, 2013 at 21:43

Hadraawi happily joined De Gabay

It has been a long time since I first layed my hands on Hadraawi poems daaba huuwaan, and to see the man in person Wow what a adrenaline rush.

We sat down in a hotel in central hargeisa for coffe, I told him about the story of NTW and the Somali poets,Gavin Porter, Jonathan Holmes, Devinda desilver and Yusuf Mohammed, he was well impressed and wanted to talk more, But I was on thin ice,since one of his childhood friends & poet died Gaariye, so hadraawi came back from addis sabba to pay… Continue

Posted on October 10, 2012 at 8:16 — 1 Comment

De Gabay visited London Tate modern museum & Bush Theatre

We visited Picasso & Lucio Fontana & many more, they shared great personas and inteligence with us, as we took our

Inspiration and dedication to our creativity in writing poetry

We had a great deal of fun and networking, later that evening we celebrated the glory of Wales winning the Grand Slam, the Londoners were slightly annoyed lol.

We round the evening up with a fantastic theatre by our Hero Jonathan Holmes, moving, intense and political unfinished piece of untold… Continue

Posted on March 19, 2012 at 0:30

Intense information

Man on a beach far away



Outcast to the box most are trapped   within, focused like a scientist would be to prove his theory right, against the wind of all odds. 

He said "they comming for us"

"Who are they", we ask?

Genuine reflex instantly open arms welcome gesture. 



That was then this is now.  Polluted by mass toxic waste , his fully educated without a deegre. Books sent from oversea. They kill the livestock, land and sea. Depend on me. United Nations,… Continue

Posted on March 12, 2012 at 22:36 — 1 Comment

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At 20:23 on March 21, 2012, Francis Mendez said…

I'm So Nice, I Bet My Life On It, Damn I Think I Got Gambling Problems.

At 16:02 on February 6, 2012, Amelia Forsbrook said…

Hassan! Looks like you're doing some amazing things over there... can't wait to catch your next event.. DO let me know, okay? Hope you're well :)

 
 
 

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