Tag: Dylan Thomas

While known for his poetry, I was excited to find out that Dylan also wrote for radio and film. As I wandered through the exhibition, I discovered a page from one of his broadcasts and got hooked! One of my …

‘A tune on an ice-cream cornet’: Holiday Memory (1946) Read More »

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We’re delighted to publish a really moving guest blog from Arron Bevan-John, Swansea Council’s Community, Partnership and Destination Development Officer. It was February 2018 and I had landed on my feet. Alex shared something in common with me that I …

A Romance made at the Dylan Thomas Centre Read More »

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Our theme for our May half term activities is Dylan’s Travels. Although Dylan spent much of his life living and writing in Wales, he travelled across the UK for poetry performances, broadcasts and other engagements. He spent a summer in …

Dylan’s Travels Read More »

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‘Though lovers be lost love shall not; And death shall have no dominion.’ I remember the first time I came to the Dylan Thomas Centre: I purchased a CD of Richard Burton reading Dylan Thomas poems and sat in the …

Poem of the Month: ‘And death shall have no dominion’ Read More »

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In just over a couple of weeks’ time, we’ll be celebrating the creativity, originality and achievements of some of the most talented young writers in Wales. The Terry Hetherington Young Writers Award was established in 2009, in memory of the …

Terry Hetherington Award 2018 Read More »

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