Dylan Thomas was one of the twentieth century's greatest poets. He was born in Wales in 1914 and died in New York in 1953 at the age of 39. His most famous works include: 'Under Milk Wood', 'Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog', 'Adventures in the Skin Trade' and 'A Child's Christmas in Wales' as well as numerous poems and short stories. Towards the end of his life Dylan Thomas toured America, performing his works before sell out audiences across the country. Dylan Thomas: Return Journey is an interpretation of those legendary lectures starring Bob Kingdom as Dylan Thomas. This one man production began its life in the theatre and has played to packed audiences in London, New York, Jerusalem, Amsterdam, Vienna, Seville, Istanbul, Sydney and practically every city, town and village in Wales. It features the poems "Fern Hill", "Do Not Go Gently Into That Good Night", "A Poem in October", "And Death Shall Have No Dominion", "Return Journey" and "A Story" (The Outing).