Guy Masterson‘s one-man-show written by Dylan Thomas celebrates a day in the life of a Welsh hamlet, Llareggub.
Performed in English.
In this one-man-show, renowned British actor, Guy Masterson brilliantly recreates 69 characters of Dylan Thomas’s fictitious fishing village Llareggub -Bugger All spelt backwards! He brings these funny, bawdy, sensual and sometimes sad characters to life using nothing but a wooden chair, dark glasses, creative lighting and a beautifully haunting soundscape by Matt Clifford.
Dylan’s incredible literary and poetic work was first made famous by the legendary celebrity film-star Richard Burton with his unforgettable BBC Radio recording in 1954. Guy Masterson (Burton’s nephew) has created a highly unique and memorable visual performance for the stage. Under Milk Wood has been performed over 2000 times around the world.
A show not to be missed for lovers of the English language.
It’s a feat of multiple characterisation, impeccable timing, vocal dexterity and precise physical control, performed with tremendous sensitivity and panache!” (The Guardian)
“Absolutely wonderful, intensely therapeutic, intensely uplifting! Guy Masterson is something exceptional!” (BBC Radio Scotland)
Note: this charity performance is dedicated to immediate humanitarian relief work for Ukraine by the Diocese of Europe, Church of England. To learn more about this effort, please visit this link: Humanitarian Relief Fund. Your ticket price will support this humanitarian endeavor.
Generously sponsored by Trevisan & Cuonzo Law Firm, British Chamber of Commerce in Italy and Easy Milano
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