RAW MATERIAL: LLAREGGUB REVISITED

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RAW MATERIAL: LLAREGGUB REVISITED

Time: May 2, 2014 at 11pm to May 5, 2014 at 2:30pm
Location: Laugharne
Event Type: site-specific, theatre
Organized By: National Theatre Wales in collaboration with BBC Cymru Wales
Latest Activity: May 5, 2014

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All of our general release tickets are now sold out. There are still a limited amount of tickets available through the Dylan Weekend. You can book if you have a Dylan Weekend pass which is £75 and available here...

National Theatre Wales in collaboration with BBC Cymru Wales

Created by Marc Rees and Jon Tregenna

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.

On foot, we will explore hidden and transformed spaces as we find Thomas's characters re-imagined on screen by some of Wales's most extraordinary and well-loved performers. As we go on our trail through the town, local townsfolk introduce us to the actions, habits and secrets that make today's Laugharne as curious and unique a place as it was when Thomas called it home.

Join us on this live performance adventure in this most inimitable of places.

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Comment by Rhian Lewis on May 5, 2014 at 17:41

Following the BBC One Wales showing of Under Milk Wood featuring footage from our weekend in Laugharne, head to our website from 8pm to see the webcast of Raw Material!

http://nationaltheatrewales.org/raw-material-llareggub-revisited

Comment by Jac Ifan Moore on April 28, 2014 at 14:49

Hello! I was wondering whether any transport to Laugharne from Cardiff is being offered? I've got half a memory of something similar happening with a previous production. 

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