Author: Chris Williams

We’re being taken over for Kids in Museums Takeover Day!

For this year’s Kids in Museums Takeover Day, we’ve teamed up with Swansea Museum and Loughor Brownies!

Free Creative Writing Workshops for Refugees and Asylum Seekers

We are thrilled to announce that from 8 November, we’re hosting a new series of workshops with the award-winning poet, dramatist and novelist, Eric Ngalle Charles

Poem of the Month: ‘Poem in October’

‘And I rose In rainy autumn And walked abroad in a shower of all my days.’ As it’s Dylan’s birthday on the 27th October, this month we’ve decided to look at one of Dylan’s birthday poems, ‘Poem in October’. According

Dylan’s Big Birthday Bash!

POETRY activities, themed crafts and cake will be among the fun in a family-friendly birthday bash for Swansea’s most famous son. To mark what would’ve been Dylan Thomas’ 104th birthday, an afternoon of free, tutor-led activities has been organised for

‘Starlight Order’: from Y Gododdin to In Parenthesis

FANS of Now the Hero, the war drama played out in the streets and buildings of Swansea last week can get a taste of more epic war drama next month. October 4 is National Poetry Day and to help celebrate

Anne-Marie Fyfe returns to the Dylan Thomas Centre

IRISH poet and author Anne-Marie Fyfe is heading back to Swansea this weekend to share the insights of a career in creative writing at the city’s Dylan Thomas Centre as part of Swansea Council’s literature programme. Anne-Marie, who has written

‘No Book Ever Ends…’

This year marks 100 years since the birth of Roald Dahl, the World’s No.1 storyteller (at least we think so!). Best known for writing popular children’s stories like The BFG and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Roald Dahl was also

‘Return Journey’ and the Three Nights Blitz

‘You remember Ben Evans’s stores? It’s right next door to that. Ben Evans isn’t there either…’ From 19 to 21 February 1941, Swansea endured a series of heavy bombing raids, which devastated Dylan’s ‘ugly, lovely town’. Over the course of

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