We are pleased to announce the first events for Hay Festival 2018. The full programme will be released in the Spring.
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Mid Wales (Powys) hub is the regional hub for Computing at School (CAS), a community of individuals who are passionate about giving young people a great education in computing. At hub meets, ideas are exchanged and resources shared. Both Primary and Secondary School Teachers are welcome to attend this meeting as well as individuals who have an interest in education and being creative with technology. Every session includes short presentations from the CAS Powys hub community. You do not need to be a member of CAS to attend. Attendees should bring a laptop with USB port as there will be a hands-on session. For further information on Computing at School please contact Dr Emma Posey, Teacher of Computing, Fairfield High School, Peterchurch and Director of bloc. firstname.lastname@example.org
In this spectacular collaborative novel, Owen King and his father, Stephen King, tell the highest of high-stakes, high-concept stories: what might happen if women disappeared from the world of men?
Experience opera like never before with the MWO SmallStages team in William Walton’s one-act comedy classic. The second half of the concert presents Tatyana’s Party Pieces – “an informal reimagining of Pushkin’s great party scene from Eugene Onegin and its ‘entertainments’… a mix of music, poetry and prose, some familiar, some less so. Mid Wales Opera is committed to offering experience to young performing artists, with at least 50 per cent of the company’s singers being under the age of 30 or less than four years out of education.
Interval: 20 mins
Supported by Night Out/Noson Allan
Sponsored by The Hay Makers