Past Performances & Events
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A young woman goes missing. The search for her uncovers secrets which threaten to destroy her family…The Critically acclaimed Devil’s Violin return with an enchanting blend of words and music
Following the sell-out success in Builth this spring Mid Powys Youth Theatre’s Junior team return to the Willow Globe with a magical mid-summer solstice performance of an abridged version of Mid Summer Night’s Dream
The Decibelles are an a-cappella ladies singing ensemble based in Hay-on-Wye. Singing music from a wide variety of genres including some light classical, folk, world, jazz, Andrews Sisters style and pop they guarantee to bring a smile.
We are delighted to explore the Willow Globe and Willow Way with such an inspirational expert. Adele is one of the UK’s foremost foragers- she has two bestselling books published on the subject and has been featured in both the Guardian and Times Newspapers.
We are delighted to explore the Willow Globe and Willow Way with such an inspirational expert. Adele is one of the UK’s foremost foragers- she has two bestselling books published on the subject and has been featured in both the Guardian and Times Newspapers
All the way from Canada this one-woman play performed by Mary Harvey and written by Vern Thiessen focuses on Anne Hathaway on the day of her husband William Shakespeare's funeral. 14+ (script in hand) £8/£4 under 16
Our Barnstorming team return with this one off, script in hand, performance of Othello. The company will be joined by Ekow Quartey (Theatre Royal Bath, National Theatre) known at the Willow Globe as one of the ‘Wet Mariners’, £10/£5 under 16
A celebration of the new season at the Willow Globe- a medley of songs, stories and talks with tea, cake and bar.
'Love is all truth, lust full of forged lies' - an Edinburgh Festival preview as Christopher Hunter shares his vivid take on Shakespeare's famous love poem.
Not only Shakespeare's official Birthday and the opening of the 2016 Willow Globe season but this year it is also the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death.... we will commemorate and also celebrate with tea, cake and a merry medley of local talent.
Following the success of 'A Love Like Salt', The Devil’s Violin are delighted to present 'The Forbidden Door' – an evocative and enchanting afternoon of rich and dynamic storytelling accompanied by visceral, melodic live music.
Apple Day celebrates the coming harvest in the orchard and the community gatherings which happily make up the rhythm of year.
A weekend of tents, campfires and the world's greatest love story! Please note, this is not a performance.
During the session they will be debuting their latest film 'Trampoline' which explores the transition from childhood to adulthood through the use of play. Through the film, and alongside games and discussions, we will spend some time rekindling the joy of play. We would love you to join us!
This is a description of Drawn to Stars (aka Aimee Corbett and Vanessa Hammick’s) performance, Science in the Sky. It is a voyage high above a planet at tipping point. It has been created in collaboration with The Climate Change Consortium of Wales. It is a startling, poetic and urgent piece, a moving plea for our planet and the future of the billions who call it home.
A rare opportunity to hear this little known gem, marking the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta
One of Shakespeare's warmest comedies and best known plays is providing laughs and tears for the twenty strong cast as they are put through their paces ready for the performances on the weekend of 22nd, 23rd and 24th May.
Tea, cake and a merry medley of local talent to celebrate Shakespeare's Birthday and the official opening of the 2015 Willow Globe season!
The Factory return to the Willow Globe, bringing their unique spirit of playfulness and imagination to Shakespeare's magical and moving story of The Prince of Tyre.
Shakespeare may have died 450 years ago, but a company of actors in their prime, Two Score Years & Ten, are using a collective lifetime experience totalling over 500 years to bring Will’s work very much to life.
An opportunity to take part in the summer's most exciting, creative and vital theatre project for young people aged 11 to 18.
This year's camp will feature a workshop on The Tempest, alongside the usual fun, frolics and campfires!
"The Merry Wives of Windsor" is a rip roaring farce and one of Shakespeare’s warmest comedies. In it, the local community of Windsor come together, to deal with the arrival of Falstaff and his cronies from London. It’s a play of humour, redemption, glamour, a splash of magic and lots and lots of laughs!
With beautiful and authentic instruments, such as Hurdy Gurdy, Mediaeval Fiddle, Harp and Bagpipes, and luscious vocal harmonies, this accomplished trio presents a fascinating and accessible programme of music and songs spanning five centuries.
en young talented musicians from different musical backgrounds come together to reinterpret traditional Welsh music as you've never heard it before.
"The web of our life is of a mingled yarn"
Breaking hearts, verbal fireworks, drums, trumpets and magical charms; this mysterious and beguiling play offers love, laughter and music.
Get involved and learn a new skill in these fun, free mask-making workshops in preparation for the "Humans on Trial" project which will be staged at Willow Globe later in the year.
The Willow Globe Company come together for this late summer offering – a specially staged and rehearsed reading, with music and costume, of Henry IV parts 1 & 2.
Music, verse and laughter in a new fast paced production of one of Shakespeare's finest comedies.
Following the success of last year's "Love's Labour's Lost" and freshly graduated from LAMDA - The Wet Mariners present Shakespeare's ultimate showdown of the sexes: "The Taming of the Shrew".
With a combination of live music and timeless tales, the Devil's Violin Company weave a powerful spell of melody and mood. Love is put to the test in three tales as the audience is transported to King Arthur's Camelot, the Breton shores and the ancient Britain of King Lear.
This dynamic company honours spontaneity and creative risk. No two performances are ever the same and this promises to be an exciting show yet again.
The web of our life is of a mingled yarn"
Breaking hearts, verbal fireworks, drums, trumpets and magical charms; this mysterious and beguiling play offers love, laughter and music. Heady Alchemy for summer!
ames bridges theatre and music with impeccable musicianship.
His tenor voice is admired around the world and he is also a vocal coach at Shakespeare's Globe.
This workshop will offer support to actors and singers alike.
The official opening of the 2013 Willow Globe season! Tea, cake and a merry medley of local talent, and some special guests from further afield.