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Duration: 13 Oct - 10 Nov
Comedy - "TO MISS IT WOULD BE A GREAT TRAGEDY" - Theatreview
Price: $25 - $52
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by Dylan Thomas
Director: Ross Jolly

Circa One
13 Oct – 10 Nov

Tues – Thurs 6.30pm,
Fri – Sat 8pm,
Sun 4pm
$25 – $52

Runtime: Approx. 100 mins plus a 15 minute interval

Proudly supported by Mary and Peter Biggs CNZM

TO MISS IT WOULD BE A GREAT TRAGEDY – Dave Smith, Theatreview

“To begin at the beginning… ”

Join us at Circa Theatre for Dylan Thomas’ masterpiece Under Milk Wood, a delightful if peculiar story of the daily life in “Llareggub” (read it backwards), a small Welsh town by the sea.

Meet the eccentric townsfolk…

Captain Cat, the old blind sea captain who dreams of his drowned shipmates  and lost lover, Myfanwy Price, the sweetshop-keeper lusting after Mog Edwards; Organ Morgan, obsessed with his organ; postman Willy Nilly who reads his neighbours’ letters, Mrs. Ogmore-Pritchard, relentlessly nagging her two dead husbands… Polly Garter, Nogood Boyo, Lord Cut-Glass and many others. Walk along Coronation Street, down to the little fishing harbour as Thomas  explores their lives, dreams, disappointments and desires.

Rich with haunting, indelible images of humanity, our production of this much loved classic will feature an evocative video landscape, a stunning composed soundtrack from Gareth Farr and five amazing actors playing over 60 roles – and of course centre-stage is the hilarious magic of Thomas’ sharp wit and wonderful, mischievous use of language.

Under Milk Wood is an unforgettable journey… sad and sensual, bawdy and beautiful.

“The voices of Dylan Thomas’ Under Milk Wood rise and fall, crashing into each other like waves under a milky moon, their sweet prose an effervescence of sounds and syllables to intoxicate the soul.” – GOOD READS

Cast: Kathleen Burns, Jeff Kingsford-Brown, Simon Leary, Carmel McGlone, Gavin Rutherford

Please note: It is with regret that, due to unforeseen circumstances, Ray Henwood will not be performing live on stage in Under Milk Wood as advertised in our 2018 brochure. We also regret to advise that A Christmas Carol will not be going ahead.