Hugh Hughes in...

Winner ThreeWeeks Editors’ Award 2010

“Inclusive and delightfully daft… warmly optimistic. There are plenty of laughs, but this is humour found in life’s cracks.”
Metro 4 stars

A story of friendship and of sharing just about everything.

360 is Hugh’s third show with Hoipolloi, and the first in which he appears on stage by himself. Instead of having a friend onstage, he thinks of the audience as his friend and draws them right into the story.

The simple staging of 360 allows audiences to really focus on the story being told and for them to make more intimate connections with the cheery Welshman.

360 has toured extensively since 2009, including performances at the Latitude Festival, the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Sydney Festival.

Using only his story-telling skills and the audience’s imagination, Hugh tells his audience about the time he climbed Snowdon with his best friend, Gareth. Through 360, Hugh gets into some big questions about bottling things up, honesty and the value of friendship.

To find out more about 360 from Hugh’s perspective, visit his website here.

“A mesmerising story about childhood friendship…I’ve never seen anything like this before, and as soon as I’ve recovered I’m going straight back.”
Three Weeks 5 stars


Created and performed by Hugh

Artistic Associates for 360
Shôn Dale-Jones, Stefanie Mueller, Jill Norman, Alex Byrne
and David Ralfe.

First performance: The Junction, Cambridge, 29 January 2009

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If you’re interested in booking this show for your venue or festival, please download the following information and sample technical specification (although we provide a tailored specification for each venue we tour to).

Hugh Hughes in 360 – touring info (Aug11)

Hugh Hughes in 360 – tech spec (Aug11)

To discuss your interest further, please contact Simon Bedford, Hoipolloi’s Executive Producer, at


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