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Dean Stalham Wikipedia
Dean Stalham (born c. 1963) is a British self-taught artist, playwright and community activist from North London. He has spent time in prison for handling stolen artworks.
Whilst serving time in Wandsworth Prison he won a prize for his art from the Koestler Trust.
He founded the Art Saves Lives charitable organisation in 2007.
In 2010 he wrote a play, God Don't Live on a Council Estate, and staged it using a tiny budget in an old council office building in New Cross. WhatsonStage.com described it as "an emotionally gripping and riveting production", while theguardian.com called it "different" and "of high quality".