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One-off performance acts as tribute to director Bob

By Stroud Life  |  Posted: January 30, 2013

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CLASSIC play Under Milk Wood is being performed at Kingshill House in Dursley.

The Dylan Thomas play is being performed as originally intended in the style of a radio broadcast and involves 12 talented local actors.

It is being staged at 8pm next Friday in memory of Bob Littleford, project director and supporter of Kingshill House, who died last September.

He organised a four-night run of Under Milk Wood last year which turned out to be a major success and valuable fundraiser for the charity.

All the money raised from the play will be used to buy a lasting tribute to Bob at Kingshill House.

The drama recalls a day in the life of the residents of the fictional Welsh village Llareggub. It was completed in 1953 and went on to star Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor in the radio and film versions.

Tickets are £7.50 in advance on 01453 549 133 or £8.50 on the night.

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