Ed Hughes

Look what came in the post!

Very excited to receive a copy of the CD/DVD of When the Flame Dies. So excited I can’t write in proper sentences any more. Not sure when it comes out officially yet. Later this year some time. Still too excited to manage a proper sentence. Either that or I’m being a bit lazy.    

Catch up.

I’ve been busy. First there was the opera When The Flame Dies, which was performed brilliantly and to an enthusiastic reception on Wednesday night in Canterbury. As the librettist, I’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who was involved in the performance. I thought it came across tremendously well. So well done …

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Cocteau in the Underworld

After years of planning and hoping, with many frustrations along the way, Cocteau in the Underworld – the opera composed by Ed Hughes with a libretto by me – received its first full-length performance this weekend in two sold out performances, as part of the Grimeborn Festival at the Arcola Theatre. Many thanks to our …

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