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Yearly Archives: 2010
Hello everyone! I hope you’re having a lovely holiday and that the snow hasn’t caused you too many problems. It’s funny, isn’t it, that some people really enjoy snow and some people really hate it? Aled says it’s like marmite, … Continue reading
I’m taking part in The Big Arts Give as I look for support towards the creation of my new project…
Hugh Hughes: Stories from an Invisible Town.
I’ve been nominated for a Whatsonstage.com Award.
Me (Hugh Hughes) and Sioned are taking Floating over to Canada in January and February (British Columbia and Ontario) and so I’ve posted a little more information about the tour for you.
Following my performances of Hugh Hughes in…360 at the Barbican Centre, London, this is what the press had to say about the show in the reviews.
This extract from my film, Hugh Hughes: How I Got Here, seems appropriate on the day that spending cuts were announced in London. I find Julie to be a real inspiration.
The Wonderful World of Hugh Hughes was really an epic tour. These are my official reflections on my residencies at the Barbican Centre, the Traverse Theatre and Dublin Theatre Festival.
Me (Hugh Hughes), Sioned, Dafydd and Twm had a fantastic week at the Dublin Theatre Festival. Here are some of my thoughts.
Sioned is Mari’s mum, Mari is Sioned’s little girl, who is one year old, and I am Hugh Hughes. Recently, we spent a lovely day in Portobello near Edinburgh’s Traverse Theatre where The Wonderful World of Hugh Hughes has been in residency this week.
Birds fly. We all know that. We can see them do it. When time flies we don’t see it in the same way. Looking back on a period when time has flown makes things look like they are going fast-forward or all in a blur. The movement of time effects our vision. The time in our minds dances…