Hay Festival 2020 Earlybirds

We are delighted to announce our earlybird tickets for events in 2020.

We are particularly excited to be hosting Shakespeare's Globe on Tour. Please be aware that tickets for these events are extremely limited, so do book early to avoid disappointment.

We will be adding many more events over the coming months and the full programme will be announced in late March, please ensure you and your friends are signed up to our newsletter so we can keep you informed every time we release tickets.

Event 14

Robert Llewellyn, Jesse Norman, Fiona Howarth, Mike Hawes and Tony Whitehorn

Electric Vehicles: How Low Can We Go?

Venue: Oxfam Moot
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With reductions in air pollution, managing climate change and improving fuel security becoming more urgent, how is government policy meeting these priorities and what are vehicle manufacturers doing to design vehicles that help to achieve the same goals? How do we plan for the future in a society which has been so reliant on the internal combustion engine car? Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport Jesse Norman, Mike Hawes, CEO of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, Fiona Howarth is the CEO of Octopus Electric Vehicles and Tony Whitehorn, President and CEO of Hyundai UK. Chaired by TV presenter, author and electric vehicle expert Robert Llewellyn.
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Event 465

The Festival Choirs and Audience, Live

The Last Night of the Festival - Nine Songs and Speeches

Venue: Oxfam Moot
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A rousing party brings together choirs from Hay and Brecon and the Hay Audience under the direction of Tanya Walker and Fiona Evans for a concert of nine songs and nine inspiring speeches from the last 100 years - including Emmmeline Pankhurst, Martin Luther King and David Lloyd George.
All profits from this event will be directed to running costs for Hay Library
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