Dylan Thomas: Clown in the Moon

Dylan Thomas: Clown in the Moon

 Powerful one man performance by Rhodri Miles (Hinterland, Game of Thrones, Torchwood).

DYLAN THOMAS : CLOWN IN THE MOON

My early work came out of a person who came willy-nilly out of one particular atmosphere and environment and are part and parcel, park and castle, lark and sea shell, dark and school bell, muck and entrail, cock, rock and bubble, accent and sea-lap, root and rhythm of them ...

                                                                                                                                            Dylan Thomas

CLOWN IN THE MOON (the title of a poem written when Dylan was 14) is a dramatic portrait of the poet's chaotic, frequently hilarious, and all too brief life. Located in a BBC studio, it sets some of Dylan's famous broadcasts and iconic works alongs ide vivid reminiscences of his clownish antics in pubs, bars and parties, and his encounters with a host of eccentric and volatile women.

This solo show is directed by the award-winning director and actor Gareth Armstrong (Shylock, My Darling Clemmie, Rape of Lucrece, Becoming Marilyn) and is written by award-winning writer Gwynne Edwards (Burton, Dylan Thomas in America).

A one man play performed by Rhodri Miles (Holby City, Torchwood, Richard II, Eastern Promises, Game of Thrones, Hinterland, Atlantis) returns as Dylan Thomas after his previous sell-out performances of the critically acclaimed 'Burton', winner of the 'Best International Show Award' at the Hollywood Fringe Theatre Festival in 2010. CLOWN IN THE MOON follows hot on the heels of his appearance as Lodovico in Shakespeare's 'Othello' at the Sheffield Crucible Theatre alongside 'Wire' actors Clarke Peters and Dominic West and his role as the Welsh Captain in Shakespeare’s Richard II in the BBCs Hollow Crown series.

Captivating and deeply moving...  LONDONTHEATRE1

Mesmeric, flawless   BROADWAY BABY ****

One of the best    BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE ****

Tickets: £14 (£12 concession) 

Start time: 7.30pm

Running time: 80 mins plus interval

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