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poet and playwright living near a mountain in south wales

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Concert For Gaza

Like many people I have watched with  a heavy heart  what has recently unfolded in Gaza over the last few weeks. I have grown astounded at the media’s coverage,  at commentators’  ignorance of the facts and  at the world’s governments turning a blind eye to the deaths,  the endless bombardment of homes indiscriminate bombing of hospitals, UN shelters and schools, the  attacks on civilians with women and children bearing the brunt of Israeli’s immense and indifferent weaponry. It has…


Posted on August 9, 2014 at 22:56

respond project and world peace day event 21st sept 09

thanks to all who came to the RESPOND event last night- it has been a challenging and provocative week of creativity and great to see work instantly responding to modernity to create debate and give voice to dissent. I have thoroughly enjoyed working with the other collaborators and the team at NTW who helped make it happen. Thanks.It is where welsh theatre needs to go and something that has been lacking for years.Well done NTW and Catherine, John, Ellie, Tom and Eina.

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Posted on September 21, 2009 at 0:32 — 3 Comments

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At 23:18 on October 6, 2009, Peter Cox MBE said…
Hi Patrick

Sorry I was slow to thank you for sending the performance piece from the Respond night. I've been working in London and Edinburgh with minimal eamil access until yesterday.

I really enjoyed being able to read and reread your piece and I get more out of it every time I look at it. It's riven with passion and power and I think was the most engaging piece of the whole night for me. I was also very taken by your decision to offer up your own body to the process. And the reading out of our audience contributions was very moving - a kind of poetic bearing witness in the most mundane of language.

As an afterthought I felt that your piece could easily have been the last experience that we had rather than the first. Almost as if we hadn't really entered 'the world of the event' before we were being given a very strong element of it. But hey, getting everything you all got together, together, in such a short space of time was some achievement.

Look forward to engaging with more of your work over time. Cheers, Peter
At 22:37 on September 18, 2009, Peter Cox MBE said…
Hi Patrick

Loved your performance piece last night in the Respond show. I'm the guy who drew a screw on your right shoulder! (I had a screw put into mine with a bone graft many years ago!) Hope it all washed off. (I'm also the guy who has been mentoring Brad Birch. Delighted to hear you're picking up on his work.

I was wondering whether you might consider emailing me a copy of your piece from last night as I'd love to read it now having seen it under the pressure of performance? My email is Once again, congratulations. Best wishes, Peter.
At 0:17 on July 15, 2009, Michael Kelligan said…
Hi Patrick

Getting to grips with Ernest. Working on my Geordie accent and Elvis impersonation!

Looking forward to seeing you in September

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