The play centres around a widow mourning her husband on the seven month anniversary of his death.
Suddenly she is visited by a creditor of her late husband who angrily claims the money he is owed and refuses to leave until the debt is settled.
Jo Furber, Literature Officer at the Dylan Thomas Centre said “Chekhov’s wonderful comedy is full of subtle insights into the human condition.
“The play is sure to contain lots of laughs and will appeal to anyone”.
All Theatre-In-Focus presentations are script-in-hand and proceeded by a talk about the playwright.
All tickets: £5. Please contact the Dylan Thomas Centre on 01792 463980 for more information, or visit http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/
The Dylan Thomas Centre is open seven days a week and celebrates Dylan Thomas, Swansea's world famous poet.
It features a permanent exhibition on Dylan Thomas and his life and is also home to many literary events throughout the year, including the annual Dylan Thomas Festival during October and November.
2014 will mark the centenary of the birth of Dylan Thomas in Swansea and a series of events are being planned to commemorate one of the world’s greatest poets.