Author: Ian Rees

Celebrating emerging young writers

Last week we hosted the Terry Hetherington Young Writers Award, an occasion we always enjoy. The award was established by Cheval, in memory of the late poet Terry Hetherington, to provide a platform for young people to express themselves through

Going down a storm with families!

Our much-loved place of pilgrimage for fans of Dylan Thomas is going down a storm with families so much that it’s been shortlisted for a top UK award. The Dylan Thomas Centre is going head-to-head with other top destinations across Britain

Half-term Hijinks and Dylan Vs Fungi Man

We’ve had a lovely time at the Dylan Thomas Centre this half term, with the Learning Space open all week for workshops and self-led activities. The central theme of this week has been ‘Dylan’s Travel’s’ with opportunities to get creative

Christmas Opening Hours 2016

Friday 23 December: Closes at 12pm Saturday 24 – Wednesday 28 December: Closed Thursday 29 – Saturday 31 December: 10am – 4.30pm Sunday 1 – Monday 2 January: Closed Tuesday 3 January: 10am – 4.30pm Merry Christmas and Happy New

Ugly, Lovely: Dylan Thomas’s Swansea & Carmarthenshire of the 1950s in Pictures

Following Dylan Thomas’ death, Ethel Ross, the sister in law of Alfred Janes, took a series of photographs of Dylan’s Swansea, and captioned them with an appropriate quote from his work. Ethel, a stalwart of the Little Theatre Company, knew

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