If you live locally to Swansea Marina, why not combine your daily exercise with some culture, and enjoy a Dylan Thomas-themed wander through part of the Maritime Quarter? This gentle, flat stroll is around 1 kilometre in length, and can …

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Dylan Thomas created an incredible cast of characters to populate the small, Welsh seaside town of Llareggub, but we think there is room for one or two more! Who would you like to see live alongside Polly Garter, Captain Cat, …

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As we approach the holiday season, hotels and guest houses throughout Britain are eerily silent as proprietors comply with stringent government rules to control the spread of coronavirus. International Dylan Thomas Day on May 14 celebrates the first-ever full cast …

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Happy #DylanDay! Today we’re celebrating the first full stage reading of Under Milk Wood which took place on this day 67 years ago.  Throughout the day we’ve been testing your knowledge of Dylan’s famous radio play with our Under Milk …

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In the second of her blogs on Dylan’s writing places, the Dylan Thomas Centre’s Linda Evans looks at his time in Donegal. In mid-September 1935, Dylan Thomas wrote from Swansea to writer Desmond Hawkins: ‘I’ve been on the blindest blind …

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