Come and see The Road To Port Of Barry at the Dylan Thomas Centre on Wednesday 12 September
The first play in the new season of Michael Kelligan’s highly respected On the Edge performances is Robert Gould and Christopher Orton’s The Road to Port of Barry, which comes to the Dylan Thomas Centre on Wednesday 12 September at 7.30pm.
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/
14 September - Booklaunch: Alan Kellermann and Anna Lewis
18 September - Whose People? Wales, Isreal, Palestine
26 September - Science Cafe
27 September - Poets at the DTC with Grahame Davies
6 October - Joseph Conrad's One More Day