Project Description

Under Milk Wood, Laugharne Players, Laugharne

  • Date:

    Wednesday July 25th and Thursday July 26th

  • Cors Playing Field Park,
    Newbridge Road,
    SA33 4SH

  • UNDER MILK WOOD by Dylan Thomas

    performed by the Laugharne Players

    “The strangest town in Wales” is what the poet Dylan Thomas dubbed Laugharne, the place he made his home in the four years before his death in 1953. And it was the people of this Carmarthenshire town, with its castle and its cockle-trade, who inspired his “Play for Voices”, Under Milk Wood.

    As is tradition during Laugharnival week, enjoy a two night only run of this much-loved play, brought to you by today’s colourful inhabitants of Laugharne.

    Gates Open at 7pm


    Outdoor event. Please come appropriately dressed.

    Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

    Assistance dogs only.

    Check out our Facebook page @Laugharnival for event news and updates.


    There is no parking at the venue. Parking is available at the following locations:

    -Laugharne Castle Car Park, Laugharne. Please read flood notices.

    -St Martins Church, Church Street, Laugharne, SA33 4QP. Please make a donation in the box provided


    There is vehicular access to the park gates to drop off disabled guests. The park ground is flat. There are small tarmaced areas in what is mainly a grassed park area.

    A toilet is available for users with a disability and limited mobility.

    Assistance dogs only.

    Tourist Information: 01267 231557

    Laugharnival is supported by Carmarthenshire County Council’s Event Support Fund.

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