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Monthly Archives: September 2010
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…
SOMEONE HAS NOW WON THE TICKETS
With the help of the Barbican Centre, I’ve decided to run a little competition to celebrate bringing all the shows together into a mini-residency. On offer is one free pair of tickets for the full trilogy next Saturday, 18 September.
It’s a treasure hunt really and there are more details here…
I hope this website allows us to get to know each other better. I’m excited to share My Journey So Far with you. I hope it will give me, Hugh Hughes, the opportunity to share more with you and perhaps give you the possibility of sharing your journeys with me.
From this Wednesday (8 September) until Saturday 2 October I, Hugh Hughes, will be at The Pit in the Barbican in London presenting my work under the title, The Wonderful World of Hugh Hughes.
I didn’t want you to miss anything that I’ve posted here on my new Wonderful World of Hugh Hughes website and so I thought it would be useful to explain a little more about how I hope things will work.
Not long after I met Shon from Hoipolloi, we discussed my ideas for my first theatre show. As we talked about the island floating away into the Atlantic Ocean, Shon thought it would be useful for me to think about other things that float and some of th…
The team at Hoipolloi booked my first tour of Floating in 2005. They mentioned that someone who ran a venue was interested in booking the show, but before he would confirm, he wanted to meet me and hear more about what the show would be like. So I deci…
Some clips from my film, How I Got Here (How Did I Get Here?), featuring interviews about me and my journey as Hugh Hughes, the emerging artist. They provide quite a good introduction to the Wonderful World of Hugh Hughes.