The Hare & The Moon

Glenn Noble (Director), Jessica Rowe (Performer), Joshua Patel (Performer), Gareth Price-Baghurst (Performer)

Research output: Practice-Based and Non-textual ResearchPerformance


An original outdoor theatre performance inspired by Siberian and Asian Fables surrounding Moon-creation myths and the Hare. Co-Written & Directed by Glenn Noble. Co-written and Performed by Jes Rowe, Josh Patel & Gareth Price-Baghurst.

The Show premiered at Just So Festival, Rode Hall Estate, Cheshire with funding from Arts Council of England National Lottery Project Grants & Kew Gardens.

Other Dates:
Foundry Woods, Leamington Spa – 31st August
Kiddersminster Arts Festival, Kidderminster Town Hall – 26th October
Burnley Youth Theatre, Burnley, Lancashire 5th
HOME, Homeground, Manchester 12th June
Cloudspotting Festival, Clitheroe, Lancashire – 24th July
Wildchild Festival, The Woseley Centre, Stafford – 24th August
It’s a Wild World Festival (with Tameside Culture), Audenshaw, Manchester – 25th August
Spring Up Festival, Fargo Village, Coventry – 26th & 27th March
Avenham and Miller Park, Preston, Lancashire – 18th April
Original languageEnglish
PublisherThe Fabularium
Publication statusPublished - 16 Aug 2019


  • outdoor performance
  • Masks
  • puppets
  • theatre
  • folk music
  • folk song
  • mythological narratives

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Visual Arts and Performing Arts


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