Author: Ian Rees

We welcome the first of Fluellen`s Shakespeare 400 performances to the Dylan Thomas Centre on Saturday 23 April, commemorating the birthday (and death day!) of William Shakespeare. ‘The Soul of the Age’ is a light-hearted celebration of the works of …

William Shakespeare “the wonder of our stage!” Read More »

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“My education was the liberty I had to read indiscriminately and all the time, with my eyes hanging out.”  – Dylan Thomas Whilst Dylan clearly had a love of words from an early age, reading is not to everyone’s taste. …

Helping children to ‘Love the Words’ through other ways of learning Read More »

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April 23 this year marks the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare, it also marks the 452nd anniversary of the bard’s birth. Dylan Thomas’ love of Shakespeare began from a young age, and continued throughout his life. ‘When …

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Pirates, princesses and minions were just some of the colourful characters that could be seen at the Dylan Thomas Centre last Thursday as we celebrated World Book Day. The sounds of stories and laughter were joined by those of 60 …

Pirates, princesses and minions… It must be World Book Day Read More »

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The Dylan Thomas Centre’s temporary exhibition space is currently showing an exhibition of material about Ethel Ross and Dylan Thomas. Ethel knew Dylan and his Swansea friends well, through her work with the Little Theatre Company and also family association …

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