Gabriel Gbadamosi is an Irish and Nigerian poet, playwright and critic. His London novel Vauxhall (Telegram, 2013) won the Tibor Jones Pageturner Prize and Best International Novel at the Sharjah Book Fair. He was the AHRC Creative and Performing Arts Fellow at the Pinter Centre, Goldsmiths, University of London, in British, European and African performance; a Judith E. Wilson Fellow for creative writing at Cambridge University; and Writer in Residence at the Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre. His plays include Stop and Search (Arcola Theatre), Eshu’s Faust (Jesus College, Cambridge), Hotel Orpheu (Schaubühne, Berlin), Shango (DNA, Amsterdam) and The Long, Hot Summer of ’76 (BBC Radio 3), which won the first Richard Imison Award. He presented BBC Radio 3’s flagship arts and ideas programme Night Waves and is the founding editor of WritersMosaic, a Royal Literary Fund initiative promoting black, Asian and minority ethnic writers.
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