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Early Bird Deal for Dylan Thomas’ masterpiece at Circa

Early Bird Deal for Dylan Thomas’ masterpiece Under Milk Wood at Circa Theatre


“To begin at the beginning…”

Tickets are on sale now for the Circa Theatre season of Dylan Thomas’ masterpiece Under Milk Wood, 13 October – 10 November.

Join us in the small Welsh fishing village of Llareggub (read it backwards), to follow the comings and goings of the inhabitants over 24 hours and share a glimpse into their lives, hopes and dreams.

A delightful if peculiar story, Under Milk Wood was written from the heart, and offers an unforgettable journey into the roots of our common tongue . From dark and sombre to hilarious and cynical, this timeless classic showcases Thomas’ sharp wit and wonderful mischievous use of language.

“The voices of Dylan Thomas’ Under Milk Wood rise and fall, crashing into each other like waves under a milky moon, their sweet prose an effervescence of sounds and syllables to intoxicate the soul.”- GOOD READS

To celebrate tickets going on sale we have an Early Bird ticket deal where you can save $10 on Adult tickets ($42) and Concession / Senior / Friend of Circa tickets ($32). This Early Bird ticket deal runs from 9am Tuesday 21 August until 11.59pm Monday 27 August - Book fast at circa.co.nz.

“We are not wholly bad or good, who live our lives under Milk Wood.”

Proudly supported by Mary and Peter Biggs CNZM

Under Milk Wood by Dylan Thomas
Director: Ross Jolly

Circa Theatre One
13 Oct – 10 Nov
Tues – Thurs 6.30pm / Fri – Sat 8pm / Sun 4pm

$30 PREVIEW: Fri 12 & Sun 14 Oct
$25 – $52
https://www.circa.co.nz/package/under-milk-wood/


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