PATRICK NEATE (1970 - )
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Patrick Neate was born in South London, and now divides his time between London and Southern Africa. He is a respected novelist, critic, scriptwriter and poet and is founder of literary event, Book Slam. His work has been published in most major UK newspapers and magazines, widely anthologised and broadcast on radio and television. Patrick won the 2001 Betty Trask Award with his novel MUSUNGU JIM AND THE GREAT CHIEF TULOKO, and the 2001 Whitbread Novel Award for TWELVE BAR BLUES.
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Whitbread prize-winning writer Patrick Neate collaborates with choreographic mavEricks Liam Steel and Robert Tannion to produce a provocative new work. the show combines explosive choreography with words of mass destruction to create the ultimate act of dance terrorism. Violent but beautifully choreographed polemics collapse our safe ivory towers of political correctness, and the audience are compelled to sift through the wreckage to uncover the truth of their downfall in the shards of sound-bites, celebrity and brand recognition.
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