In the last few years Hoipolloi’s artistic focus has been producing the work of Hugh Hughes. This year we’re helping Hugh, his brother Derywn and sister Delyth bring Stories from an Invisible Town to life. It’s a new kind of project for all of us, neatly combining a live show with a new online space exploring Hugh’s childhood, his family and the place he comes from.

You can visit the online space at and tour dates are available here.

Hoipolloi’s work is all about engaging our audience’s imagination and sharing a story with them. Our stories take audiences on journeys where nothing is quite as it seems and fantasy blurs into reality.

We make theatre shows which reach out to audiences, both on stage and through our online digital content. Above all, our theatre shows are engaging, accessible and fun and each is a glimpse into a world of wild imagination and playful fantasy.

Previous work

If you’re looking for information about our earlier work with larger ensembles, such as The Doubtful Guest or My Uncle Arly, please see the Previous Work section.

You might also like to browse around our blog, which acts as an informal archive of what we’ve been up to since 2008.

Promoters, Producers and Presenters

If you are interested in having Hoipolloi’s work staged at your venue or festival, the links on the left will give you more information about the shows.


Our phenomenal ME & ROBIN HOOD audiences have raised over £24,300 to date for Street Child United!

A massive, massive thank you, to you all! 


343Head DukeOur generous audiences have raised over £51,600 to support child refugees through Save the Children's since The Duke premiered. We're so grateful to you all!

On top of that audiences of THE LADDER, which begun touring this autumn, have also raised over £550 for World Wildlife Fund's Amazon Emergency.

Thank you, thank you, thank you, you are all awesome!