TV star Rodney Bewes on Rothesay stage this week

Rodney Bewes brings A Boy Growing Up, based on the early works of Dylan Thomas, to Rothesay Pavilion on Wednesday, March 27.
Rodney Bewes brings A Boy Growing Up, based on the early works of Dylan Thomas, to Rothesay Pavilion on Wednesday, March 27.

Actor Rodney Bewes will bring the work of playwright Dylan Thomas to life on the Rothesay stage this week.

Bewes, best known from the the 60s comedy The Likely Lads and its 70s follow-up Whatever Happened To The Likely Lads?, is taking A Boy Growing Up on a three-date tour of Scotland’s islands as part of a UK tour of the show, first performed by the late Emlyn Williams in London’s West End in the late 1950s.

Bewes’ version of the play comes to Rothesay Pavilion this Wednesday, March 27. The curtain goes up at 7.30pm - to book tickets call the Pavilion box office during office hours on (01700) 504250.