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Under Milk Wood archiveLyrical piece about life in a Welsh fishing village. A play for voices first broadcast in 1954 with Richard Burton as First Voice. Come to Llareggub, a small Welsh town by the sea. Meet blind Captain Cat, Mog Edward's and his sweetheart Miss Price, Sinbad Sailor, Dai Bread, Polly Garter, Nogood Boyo and Lord Cut Glass. Walk along Coronation Street, Cockle Row and Donkey Street, down to the little fishing harbour and back to Milk Wood. Join the townsfolk as Dylan Thomas explores their lives, hopes and thoughts in the dreams of a night and rhythm of a day, from the first light of dawn into a busy morning and through the long, slow afternoon. Dylan Thomas Centenary Production.

Cast/Performers

Brendan Charles, Ifan Huw-Dafydd, Richard Elin-Salt, Charlotte Gray, Sara Harris-Davis, Sophie Melville, Steve Meo, Caryl Morgan, Simon Nehan, Kai Owen, Christian Patterson, Owen Teale

Creatives/Company

Author: Dylan Thomas
Producer(s): Karl Sydow, Roger Chapman, CAPA, Clwyd Theatr Cymru
Director: Terry Hands
Design: Martyn Bainbridge
Lighting: Terry Hands

Under Milk Wood

Under Milk Wood (Play) production archive for QTIX code T01916531626. Details of all Under Milk Wood archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S5404

Archive Listings

7 Jul 14
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12 Jul 14
Richmond Theatre
Outer London, Greater London
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30 Jun 14
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5 Jul 14
Theatre Royal
Brighton, East Sussex
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24 Jun 14
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28 Jun 14
Everyman Theatre
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
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16 Jun 14
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21 Jun 14
Fairfield Halls
Outer London, Greater London
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2 Jun 14
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7 Jun 14
Birmingham Repertory Theatre
Birmingham, West Midlands
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27 May 14
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31 May 14
Theatre Royal Plymouth
Plymouth, Devon
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19 May 14
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24 May 14
Liverpool Playhouse
Liverpool, Merseyside
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12 May 14
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17 May 14
Malvern Theatres
Malvern, Worcestershire
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5 May 14
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10 May 14
Theatre Royal
Bath, Bath & North East Somerset
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29 Apr 14
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3 May 14
Northcott Theatre
Exeter, Devon
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22 Apr 14
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26 Apr 14
Theatre Royal
York, North Yorkshire
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15 Apr 14
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17 Apr 14
Hafren (formerly Theatre Hafren)
Newtown, Powys
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10 Apr 14
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12 Apr 14
Arts Centre
Aberystwyth, Ceredigion
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2 Apr 14
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5 Apr 14
Theatr Brycheiniog (Brecon Theatre)
Brecon, Powys
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26 Mar 14
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29 Mar 14
The Riverfront
Newport, Gwent
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18 Mar 14
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22 Mar 14
Grand Theatre
Swansea, Glamorgan
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11 Mar 14
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15 Mar 14
New Theatre
Cardiff, Glamorgan
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6 Feb 14
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8 Mar 14
Theatr Clwyd
Mold, Flintshire
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Reviews

Reviews


User Review: 25May14: OwenTeale is tremendous in a very a reassuringly Welsh cast for such a Welsh play.

User Review: 10May14: Just wonderful we enjoyed this so so much

User Review: 06Apr14: Can't book!,,,,,,

User Review: 05Apr14: Absolute disgrace. No way of booking on line although in National Press.

User Review: 28Mar14: welsh as welsh can be, this is a great production which has your attention from the start and performed with passion, humour in a wicked welsh take on life.

User Reviews

Ed Hughes (25May14): OwenTeale is tremendous in a very a reassuringly Welsh cast for such a Welsh play.
Pat and Carl Andrews (10May14): Just wonderful we enjoyed this so so much
Steve Reakes (06Apr14): Can't book!,,,,,,
USER: elizabethcwaters (05Apr14): Absolute disgrace. No way of booking on line although in National Press.
Dave Hughes (28Mar14): welsh as welsh can be, this is a great production which has your attention from the start and performed with passion, humour in a wicked welsh take on life.
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