Current Projects

Here you will find details of Patrick's current and forthcoming work
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Literature Wales bursary 2013 to develop new work 'The Aspirations of Poverty.
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Are you surprised my blood is the same colour as yours? New play to open at The Hay Festival and then Ebbw Vale Institute and Chapter Arts Centre

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All for Each, each for all. A site specific piece under the National Theatre Wales/Coreo Cymru Development Commission which will be in collaboration with the groups and community of Senghenydd to mark the 100th year anniversary of The Universal Pit Disaster in 1913. This will premiere in October 2013.
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Me and Mine filmpoems in collaboration with The Welsh Refugee Council and Arts Council of Wales working with former refugee poets.



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NEW CD

A new cd of spoken word, samples and soundtracks.
following on from the success of 1999 release of "commemoration and amnesia" and the 2009 release of "tongues for a stammering time" patrick is now working on his 3rd cd ."No Beauty Without the Wound" will be a stripped down, visceral and more experimental work featuring new poems and delve into the sonic world of samples, soundbites and fuzzed guitar.


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THE FORGOTTEN

A new play charting the people's story of The Chartist Rising and march on Newport in 1839. In collaboration with The University of Wales, Newport, Vanessa Dodd and composer Justin Nicholls this will be premiered at The Riverfront, Newport in November.




Revelation; a new play

written by Patrick Jones
soundtrack by James Dean Bradfield
directed by Chris Durnall
with Nathan Sussex and Stacey Daly
lighting by Jane Lalljee

chapter arts centre july 30th and 31st 2008
www.chapter.org

faction collective present this harrowing and provocative piece that explores the issue of male victims of domestic violence. Patrick has spent months researching the play and is based on over 40 interviews with men who have experienced domestic violence- it tells their stories it confronts this hidden issue.

supported by the dyn project cardiff, mankind uk, chapter arts centre and the welsh arts council. Nathan and Stacey have put a tremendous amount of work into the piece and are not only actors in it but producing the piece too.

It opened at Chapter Arts Centre in july 08 and is available for booking at theatre well as other, non theatre venues.It has recently gained a lot of interest in the USA and it is hoped will tour there later in 2009.



Patrick is also currently working on projects with the welsh national opera, read a million words, llanhilleth institute and cancer research's relay for life.