Kill Thy Neighbour, a co-production between the Torch and Theatr Clwyd, will cause a few raised eyebrows and guessing games over the coming fortnight.

Examining hot topics that affect many of us in rural villages, towns and coastal areas across Wales today, the comedy thriller revolves around the slow erosion of residential areas, becoming sites for holiday homes and tourism.

Torch Theatre’s award-winning Artistic Director, Chelsey Gillard said: “Firstly, Kill Thy Neighbour is a really entertaining play that will hopefully have the audience laughing and guessing what’s going to happen next. Sometimes we undervalue entertainment, but it’s important.”

Kill Thy Neighbour is Wrexham-born writer Lucie Lovatt’s first full-length play. Chelsey added: “I love working with writers on new plays, it feels like you can speak directly to the world as it is now. I feel honoured to be directing it, especially for our audiences in Pembrokeshire who will have direct experience with second home ownership.”

Kill Thy Neighbour, performed by an all-star cast at the Torch Theatre, Milford Haven from April 24 to May 4, will provoke people and make them think about how important living in a supportive, rural community actually is.

Booking is available at the Torch Theatre’s website or by calling 01646 695267. Recommended age 14+.