We are looking for actors to add to the pool of performers for this exciting ongoing project in 2014, the centenary year of Dylan Thomas' birth. 

Return Journey is a broadcast written by Dylan Thomas charting his travels though the streets of a blitzed Swansea. Lighthouse Theatre will present a costumed promenade performance through the streets of Swansea, culminating at Cwmdonkin Park.

As the show will be presented intermittently throughout the year, we need a pool of actors to call upon for performances from May to September.

The show is presented in conjunction with the Dylan Thomas Centre, the National Waterfront Museum and DT100.

Anyone interested should send their CV and photographs to adrianmetcalfe@am-ct.com, and auditions will be toward the end of January.

Lighthouse Theatre is an ITC company. This is a paid project. 

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Comment by Martha Shephard on December 31, 2013 at 12:53

Hi Adrian

I hope you are well.

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