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Theatre

Enjoyable in spite of the National's best efforts: Under Milk Wood reviewed

3 July 2021

9:00 AM

3 July 2021

9:00 AM

Under Milk Wood

Olivier Theatre, in rep until 24 July

Before the National Theatre produced Dylan Thomas’s Under Milk Wood they had to make a decision. How could they stuff this dazzling, rapturous comic tone-poem with misery and pain? The policy at the NT is that ticket holders must endure a play rather than enjoy it. They had four options.

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