An international stage sensation which tells the life-affirming story of Tevye, a poor milkman whose love, pride and faith help him to face turmoil and oppression in 1905 Russia.
He also has to contend with three strong willed daughters, who want to marry for love.
The original Broadway production won 9 Tony Awards and has been a constant hit around the world.
Swansea Amateur Operatic Society are bringing a lavish production with beautiful songs and strong characters that will take your emotions from high farce and humour to sadness and despair.
But there is always love and hope.
Tickets: Tuesday 20 March, all tickets £10.00. Wednesday to Friday all tickets £14.00. Saturday, £14.00 and £10 conc for matinee and evening performances.
Available on line or at the theatre on 01792 473238. Tickets will NOT be posted out, they will be eady for collection from the boxx office. The theatre will be open one hour before the show.