Hoipolloi presents Still Floating

Date:Sat 21 - Mon 23 Dec
Price:Pay What You Feel

Shôn Dale-Jones presents Hugh Hughes in a Hoipolloi Production. Supported by Arts Council England, in association with Cambridge Junction.

In 2005, Hugh Hughes, the award-winning emerging Welsh artist from Wales, first told the little-known story of the Isle of Anglesey floating away from the British mainland - an event which happened in April 1982 while the UK went to war over The Falkland Islands.

As the UK re-negotiates its relationship with the EU, Hugh Hughes will present a brand new show called Still Floating - inspired by his internationally acclaimed hit-show Floating.

“Charming, surreal, warm-hearted…a piece of genius
The Scotsman ****

Floating sold out venues across the world including: the Edinburgh Fringe 2 years running, the Barbican, theatres in New York and Moscow and the Sydney Opera House.

Press quotes are from FLOATING, which has inspired STILL FLOATING:

“Charming, surreal, warm-hearted…a piece of genius”
The Scotsman (4 stars)

“Hugh Hughes is a mesmerising personality…It’s an extraordinary sight, hilarious yet touching in the human fragility it conveys…brilliantly effective in its simplicity”
The Guardian (4 stars)

“I found myself utterly charmed”
The Independent (4 stars)

“utterly entertaining…side-splitting…charming”
The Globe and Mail (Canada)

“You’d be hard-pressed to find a more instantly friendly performer… Hughes is an enormously endearing creation”
Donald Hutera, The Times

“Few fringe acts have engendered as much love as ‘emerging Welsh artist’ Hugh Hughes”
Brian Logan, The Guardian

Age: 12 years +

Duration: 1 hour

Box office and bar open 1 hour before event start time.

All prices shown include booking fees.