Ben Gwalchmai

Ben Gwalchmai

A maker, writer, and worker, Ben is an award-winning polymath.

A writer since 2008, Ben has had works performed and published with Anexxe Publishing, The George Wood Theatre, Catford Theatre, Make Something Magazine, Minus9squared Magazine, Arcola Theatre, The Master Shipwright's Palace, Grimeborn Opera Festival, Greenwich Dances Festival, Epicentre Magazine, Kumquat Poetry, Bad Robot Poetry, and Welsh National Opera.
Also a producer since 2008, he has made works and events with The Guardian, Greenwich Dance, Splash & Ripple, London School of Economics, Imperial College London, Arcola Theatre, Hay Festival, many under the umbrella of work for the charity Poet in the City, and more.

In his other fields Ben has worked with Welsh National Opera, University of the West of England, The Old Vic Theatre, London Word Festival, Grimeborn Opera Festival, University of Greenwich, Axon Publishing, DeptfordX Festival, Latitude Festival, Chapter Arts Centre, Goldsmiths University, Slingshot, Fragile Productions, Holocaust Memorial Day Trust, Greenwich Dance Agency, Pervasive Media Studio, National Theatre Wales, Cosmic Egg Books, John Hunt Publishing, REACT, Hodcha Creative Agency, The Writing Platform, Bath Spa University, and Modern Poetry in Translation.

Purefinder is Ben's first novel.

An article about 'How the legacy of Victorian times still looms over single mothers' is published by New Statesman:

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