A re-imagining of the world of Under Milk Wood including a live/broadcast event in collaboration with BBC Cymru Wales. This live theatre experience will take us on a journey through Laugharne - the place that inspired Under Milk Wood, and 'the strangest town in Wales' according to Dylan Thomas himself.
In its centenary year the Park & Dare theatre in Treorchy plays host to the first play from Dylan Thomas Prize winning author Rachel Trezise; a raucous, raunchy, hilarious and heartbreaking account of a daughter’s fraught, decade-spanning relationship with her beautiful, fun-loving and alcoholic mother. ‘You just know it’s going to be one of those nights. She’s on the change. I’m on my period. Hormonal teenager and neurotic mother under one terraced roof? My father’s got a word for it: Tonypandemonium.'
Join emerging artist Hugh Hughes for his first ever production on Anglesey.
Hugh says: "I recently found the journals I wrote as a child in my bedroom in Llys-Derwydd in Llangefni, on the Isle of Anglesey over 30 years ago, between the age of five and 14, between my fifth birthday on 22nd August 1973 through to Thursday 2nd September 1982.
Two years ago a group of Somali poets from Butetown walked into the National Theatre Wales office and said they wanted to make a show...
Their award-winning story begins in Somalia and sails to Cardiff’s Tiger Bay on Sunday 3rd March where you can join us.