A hilarious new musical.
In the bosom of Snowdonia nestles the town of Milky Peaks: charmingly Welsh and gleamingly pebble-dashed. It’s a great place to live. Mostly.
Dewi, the fabulous hotel receptionist, just came out and yearns to be special. The Mother loves Wales and her family, if only they knew she was there. Drag queen Pariah Carey’s drowning her past in absinthe with a swarfega chaser; while Linda runs the Arts Centre with an iron fist, terrified of putting on something weird. And Alun John, rugby club legend and corrupt millionaire landowner? He just wants everyone to be happy.
It’s a normal Welsh town.
But when it’s nominated as “Britain’s Best Town” by a dark, shadowy organisation, everything it stands for risks being lost. Can its soul be saved?
A dazzling new musical written by and starring acclaimed Welsh writer/composer Seiriol Davies, reuniting with the team from How To Win Against History. Expect fast-paced humour, power ballads, sharp choreography and catchy numbers that will stick right in your head.
The perfect night out for the musicals or comedy fan!
Written & Composed: Seiriol Davies
Director: Alex Swift
Devisors: Seiriol Davies, Matthew Blake, Dylan Townley
Designer: Janet Bird
Choreographer: Ewan Jones
Musical Director & Additional Composition: Dylan Townley
Associate Director: Matthew Blake
Sound Design & Music Production: Chris Bartholomew
Lighting Designer: Kevin Treacy
Voice Coach: Nia Lynn
Theatr Clwyd | Áine Flanagan Productions | Seiriol Davies
Welcome Back!If you're new to Theatr Clwyd or haven't visited for a while and are looking for more information before your visit - from how to get here to booking tickets, from accessibility to pre-ordering your interval drinks - then click here!
- This slickly-acted, expertly-sung play is a delight, keeping the audience enthralled the whole evening.Theatre Reviews North
- Every once in a while, a new musical comes along that is so compelling you want to run around and scream about it to your friendsNorth West End
- A warm-hearted celebration of WelshnessThe Guardian
- The writing is so clever, like the one liners that come at you in such quick succession that you haven't finished laughing at the first before the third or fourth hit you.Shropshire Star
- Milky Peaks is a tale for our times, wrapped up in breathtaking choreography and singingBritish Theatre Guide