photo of Michael and Debbie at closing ceremony

The Now Traditional End to our Festival

In what has now become an annual tradition, each year as we all gather for the closing ceremony of the Hawkesbury Upton Literature Festival, Michael MacMahon rounds off the event with his inimitable rendition of Prospero’s speech from Shakespeare’s The Tempest.

This year of course we cannot meet in person, so Michael, who is a voice artist and actor as well as an author and much more, very kindly recorded it and sent it to me to share with you,

Over to Michael…

photo of Michael and Debbie at closing ceremony

Michael MacMahon closing HULF 2019, with Debbie Young

 

 

1 thought on “The Now Traditional End to our Festival

  1. escriteur

    That was lovely! And I love your idea to move this year’s lit fest to your Little Free Library. Wish I lived close enough to take advantage of it! Maybe one of these years I’ll be able to return…

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