Durre Shahwar Mughal
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  • Cardiff, Wales
  • United Kingdom
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How Do South Asian Communities in Wales Access Arts and Culture?

After the recent success of National Theatre Wales' 'Sisters', a work-in-progress, which shed light on what it means to be a South Asian woman today, my colleague, Radha Patel, and I are currently doing research on behalf of British Council Wales, in partnership with National Theatre Wales, to find out how various communities from the South Asian diaspora (specifically India, Pakistan,…See More
Aug 7, 2018
Durre Shahwar Mughal posted a blog post

How Do South Asian Communities in Wales Access Arts and Culture?

After the recent success of National Theatre Wales' 'Sisters', a work-in-progress, which shed light on what it means to be a South Asian woman today, my colleague, Radha Patel, and I are currently doing research on behalf of British Council Wales, in partnership with National Theatre Wales, to find out how various communities from the South Asian diaspora (specifically India, Pakistan,…See More
Aug 2, 2018
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Where I'm Coming From: Darren Chetty at Tramshed Cardiff

June 17, 2018 from 4pm to 6pm
Join us for the June edition of our well-loved open mic series. Created to promote BAME voices in Wales, it has grown since last year to create a welcoming and inclusive environment for everyone. And it's FREE! This month, we have the pleasure of being joined by The Good Immigrant’s DARREN CHETTY Darren is currently completing his PhD at UCL Institute of Education, where he teaches on the BA Education Studies course. He taught in primary schools for almost 20 years. He is the author of the…See More
Jun 11, 2018
Durre Shahwar Mughal posted an event
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Where I'm Coming From: Darren Chetty at Tramshed Cardiff

June 17, 2018 from 4pm to 6pm
Join us for the June edition of our well-loved open mic series. Created to promote BAME voices in Wales, it has grown since last year to create a welcoming and inclusive environment for everyone. And it's FREE! This month, we have the pleasure of being joined by The Good Immigrant’s DARREN CHETTY Darren is currently completing his PhD at UCL Institute of Education, where he teaches on the BA Education Studies course. He taught in primary schools for almost 20 years. He is the author of the…See More
Jun 6, 2018
Durre Shahwar Mughal posted events
Dec 3, 2017

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What I do:
Writer, Freelancer, Events Organiser, Community Engagement Associate for 'Sisters'
A little more about me:
I write prose, poetry, creative non-fiction, reviews and comment pieces. Thematically, my interests lie in mental health, intersectional feminism, national/personal identity, race, gender, belonging and how they're represented in literature and arts and culture.
Location:
Cardiff
Projects I’m working on:
'Sisters' - Community Associate with National Theatre Wales.

Word Factory 2017 Apprentice - mentored by Alexei Sayle, working on short stories I hope will form an eventual collection.

Associate Editor: Wales Arts Review

Co-organiser of 'Where I'm Coming From', a BAME focused open mic night occurring regularly at Tramshed Cardiff.

PhD in Creative Writing as of September 2018
Personal Website/CV:
http://durreshahwar.com
Twitter @username:
@Durre_Shahwar

Durre Shahwar Mughal's Blog

How Do South Asian Communities in Wales Access Arts and Culture?

After the recent success of National Theatre Wales' 'Sisters', a work-in-progress, which shed light on what it means to be a South Asian woman today, my colleague, Radha Patel, and I are currently doing research on behalf of British Council Wales, in partnership with National Theatre Wales, to find out how various communities from the South Asian…

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Saturday is our final day #talkingshop We invite u all to come back in June to see the rehearsed readings & hear what we found out & what we would like to do next. Date & location to follow. We have planted a seed & need yr help it to make it grow. C u tomorrow?

Saturday is our final day We invite u all to come back in June to see the rehearsed readings & hear what we found out & what we would like to do next. Date & location to follow. We have planted a seed & need yr help it to make it grow. C u tomorrow?

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