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Mood Indigo & Hercules

THIS WEEKEND

Mood Indigo and Hercules Poster

From the beautifully poetic and surreal Mood Indigo (12A), to fun family adventure with Hercules (12A), this weekend promises to be a feast for the eyes. Friday night pre-cinema dining now available, call 01497 820405 to book.

The Two Gentleman of Verona

Wednesday 3rd September, 7pm

RSC: The Two Gentleman of Verona

Valentine and Proteus are best friends, until they fall in love with the same girl. A witty and exuberent study of love's metamorphoses. Broadcast live from the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon.

Book Launch with Jim Saunders

Friday 5th September, 6pm

Hay: Landscape, Literature and the Town of Books Book cover

A look at the past, present and future of Hay-on-Wye over a glass of wine with author Jim Saunders to mark the release of his latest book 'Hay: Landscape, Literature, and the Town of Books' during Hay History Weekend. Free Entry.

Owen Sheers: Wartime Poetry

Saturday 6th September, 7.30pm

Wartime Poetry with Owen Sheers

Owen Sheers discusses and reads war poetry from across the centuries, dating back to the ancient elegies of classical Greece, to Pink Mist, his own 'Wales Book of the Year' winning work on the conflict in Afghanistan.

The Kiel Baroque Ensemble

Tuesday 9th September, 7.30pm

The Kiel Baroque Ensemble

Hay Music Presents... A delightful baroque ensemble who bring insights from period performing to the playing of modern instruments. This summer's programme celebrates Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach’s 300th birthday.

Tristan Gooley, Natural Navigator

Friday 10th October, 7.30pm

A Walkers Guide to Outdoor Clues and Signs with Tristan Gooley

Tristan Gooley, author of the bestselling "Walkers Guide to Outside Clues and Signs" offers the ultimate guide to finding your way by natural clues. He was a sellout at the Hay Festival, so book now to secure a place.