Throw away your bed socks at the Dylan Thomas Centre
The programme of summer lunchtime theatre continues at the Dylan Thomas Centre this weekend with Throw Away Your Bed Socks.
Actor Adrian Metcalfe uses Dylan Thomas' poems as a base to ask who is the best interpreter of poetry - the poet or the reader? Should poetry be read or heard?
Metcalfe, most recently seen as Daniel Jones in the acclaimed Warmley (a production on the friendship between poet Thomas and composer Jones), asks the question: is it better to be Mog Edwards than Eli Jenkins?
Contact the Dylan Thomas Centre for further details and ticket information.
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