A black comedy that’s irreverent, edgy, profane, violent, and incredibly funny, it’s been described as “Gavin and Stacey with a gun”.
It’s set entirely inside a dirty caravan on an ostrich farm in south Wales, where two young men argue and play Monopoly until the sinister Man In A Suit arrives and mayhem ensues.
Sam Harding, Scott Baker and Brendan Charleson star in this script-in-hand performance directed by Julie Barclay.
Tickets are just £4 and are available from the Dylan Thomas Centre on 01792 463980 and at http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/
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