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Winner Gate Translation Award

This really amazed me and for someone who works with words, I was temporarily lost for them.

“Congratulations to Benjamin Yeoh whose translation of Noh play, NAKAMITSU, will be staged at the Gate Theatre in 2007 after being chosen from a record-breaking number of submissions….”

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3 Responses to “Winner Gate Translation Award”

  1. stephen on October 19th, 2006

    Fantastic news Ben! Congratulations and can’t wait to see it.

  2. Ben Yeoh on October 19th, 2006

    Thank you! It was one of the reasons I went to Japan, but the Gate were making me keep it secret until it was officially annouced. I’m still in a slight state of disbelief.

  3. Carine on November 6th, 2006

    Hi Ben, That’s BRILLIANT news… and to say you came to Em’s play and didn’t say a word about why you had been to Japan! I am so delighted for you. Thanks for the write up for Can’t Stand Up for Falling Down Carine x

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    I'm a playwright and investment analyst. I have a broad range of interests: food, gardening, innovation & intellectual property, sustainability, architecture & design, writing and the arts. I sit on the board of Talawa Theatre Company and advise a CIS investment trust on socially responsible investments.

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    Recent plays include, for theatre: Nakamitsu, Yellow Gentlemen, Lost in Peru, Lemon Love. For radio: Places in Between (R4), Patent Breaking Life Saving (WS).

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