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UNDER MILK WOOD (AA) – 1972 Release - (What’s On)
Saturday 25th October 2014

To celebrate the Dylan Thomas Centenary, Sheringham Little Theatre is proud to be showing this beautiful piece of work. It is an imaginative, cinematic rendering of Dylan Thomas’s famous “play for voices,” typically read on stage by a handful of actors expressing the dialogue of more than 50 characters living in a small, Welsh fishing village. Filmmaker Andrew Sinclair sets the story in a real seaside community and visually compliments the text’s lengthy, opening narration by enlisting Richard Burton both for his brooding voice over and a mysterious, on-screen role as a drunken gadabout soaking in the very soul of the town Thomas’s words describe.

Running Time 87 minutes

Show Times

Saturday 25th October 7.30pm Buy Tickets

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