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Thu 2 Jun 2022
2nd - 5th June 2022 - Riverbank of the Wye River
After three years, the world's largest Music and Philosophy Festival returns home to the idyllic embankment of the River Wye. From Thursday 2nd - Sunday 5th June, our festival will be a bank holiday weekend full of revelry, reflection, and parties!
Discounted tickets for Hay locals available from The Globe at Hay! All you need to do is show that you live within a 10 miles radius from The Globe at Hay!
For more information and to book your tickets, please visit our HowTheLightGetsIn website.
Thu 2 Jun 2022
Performance commences 7.45pm
Tickets £14.50 / Earlybird £12.50
Based on Shakespeare’s ‘Much Ado About Nothing’, ‘Notes on Loving, Much Ado About Nothing’ explores the many ways in which we overcomplicate, misunderstand, and mishandle romantic love. Set to music by both the 20th Century composer Erich Wolfgang Korngold and contemporary composer Jacob Fitzgerald, four live musicians accompany dancers Gabriella Engdahl and Emily Pahlawan Collinson, as they take us through the many ages, stages, and guises of romance, stripping down the layers to get at what lies beneath. A piece of dance-theatre that asks what all the fuss is about, and that reveals Shakespeare’s observations on love to be as relevant as ever.
Co-Director/Composer - Jacob Fitzgerald
Co-Director/Performer - Emily Pahlawan Collinson
Choreographer/Performer - Gabriella Engdahl
Piano - Sarah Chung
Viola - Isobel Doncaster
Bassoon - Dominic O’Sullivan
Cello - Cai Waverley-Hudson
Music by Jacob Fitzgerald and Erich Wolfgang Korngold
Also showing at The Courtyard: Thursday 7th July 2022 at 19:45 and Friday 8 July 2022 at 11:00