Hugh Hughes in...Stories from an Invisible Town

My childhood lasted 14 years and 11 days. It started on Thursday August 22nd 1968 and ended on Thursday September 2nd 1982…

I’m working with my sister Delyth and my brother Derwyn to tell stories about our family, our childhood and the town we grew up in, Llangefni in Anglesey.

We’re excited to be touring the show to theatres in the autumn. But if you can’t wait that long, we’d love you to visit a new website we’ve built… www.invisibletownstories.co.uk

Produced by Hoipolloi in association with The Junction, Cambridge. Research and development supported by the Barbican, London and the National Theatre Studio.

The Big Arts Give

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.

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“I Love the Arts” seems important today

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.

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One week to go in London

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…

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Back on the road…

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.

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Have you ever visited Anglesey?

I thought I’d share this little video with you. It explains a little more about the relationship between me, Hugh Hughes, with my home, Anglesey (Llangefni), and why it’s so important to who I am…

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