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Norwich theatre fans can head for wood

PUBLISHED: 15:34 25 February 2011

Dragon Hall, King Street, Norwich.; Photo: Andy Darnell; Copy:; For: Library; Archant © 2009 (01603) 772434

Dragon Hall, King Street, Norwich.; Photo: Andy Darnell; Copy:; For: Library; Archant © 2009 (01603) 772434

Archant © 2009

Theatre-goers in Norwich can see a brand new production of Dylan Thomas’s revered play, Under Milk Wood.

The production, created by Crude Apache theatre company, is being held at Dragon Hall, King Street, Norwich, from Tuesday, March 22 to Saturday, March 26.

Directed by Jo Edye, the show features a live band, original music by Jo Worley and enhanced soundscapes by Chris Bond.

The play sees seven actors bring to life the colourful and eccentric characters living in the small Welsh seaside town of LLaregub.

Tickets cost £7, or £5 for concessions, and are available from the Dragon Hall box office on 01603 663922.


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