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Hay Music - Online Concert
18th September 2020 - 31st October 2020
HAY MUSIC Digital. An online concert given by Loré Lixenberg (mezzo-soprano) and Bartosz Glowacki (accordion) 'Der Wanderer und der Flüchtling' (The Wanderer and the Refugee). Songs by Franz Schubert and Hanns Eisler. Tickets: £7.50 from Stagehub. The concert will be available to view at any time from 7pm on Friday, 18 September until midnight on Saturday, 31 October. The Schubert songs are selected to focus on ‘Der Wanderer’ and those of Eisler are based around the ‘Hollywood Liederbuch’ that he wrote as a refugee in exile in the USA between 1938 and 1943.
Hay Festival Digital Winter Weekend
26th November 2020 - 29th November 2020
A FESTIVE WONDERLAND OF FREE EVENTS. Hay Festival Digital Winter Weekend brings writers and readers together 26-29 November 2020 in a free digital wonderland of thoughtful conversation, candle-lit storytelling, comedy, music, and family fun. Now in its 21st year, the Festival will be streamed live from Hay-on-Wye, kicking off the holiday season from “the town of books” in all its festive glory with a star-studded line-up of speakers and performers. Visit website for more info.
The Royal Welsh Show
19th July 2021 - 22nd July 2021
Visit website.01982 553686
Brecon County Show
7th August 2021
More info: 01874 611881. Visit website
Steam & Vintage Rally
8th August 2021
The Rally is an event which caters for all the family - nostalgic vintage items for the older generation, entertainment for the children and plenty to interest everyone else. Visit website
WW2 - 75 Years
21st August 2021 - 22nd August 2021
HAY commemorates 75 years since World War 2. Re-enactors will be camped around the castle grounds including Monty’s Double, Oma Bradley. Sir Winston Churchill portrayed by Derek Herbert. Parade from main car park. Service of remembrance at the Memorial. Services led by a military parade, Emma Brown (Soprano), Surrey Police Band, and massed choirs.
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