Tag: Dylan Thomas

In the first of a short series of blogs on Dylan’s writing spaces, we look at two places he used in west Wales. Throughout history, writers have craved a quiet refuge, a haven where they can shut themselves away from …

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April 23 this year marks the 404th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death, and also the 456th anniversary of his birth. This year’s celebrations of his birthday will take place online, with Share Your Shakespeare, a global event led by the …

Dylan and Shakespeare Read More »

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Lockdown is a challenge for us all – but just imagine how one of Swansea’s most famous sons would have felt! Dylan Thomas took inspiration from the world and people around him, and was also affected by international events. He …

Coronavirus – How would Dylan have coped with lockdown? Read More »

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On Thursday 16 May, we’ll be hosting two workshops, led by Natalie Ann Holborow in the morning and Jonathan Edwards in the afternoon. Getting creative in the inspiring environment of the Dylan Thomas Exhibition is the perfect way to celebrate …

Poetry Wales is coming to the Dylan Thomas Centre! Read More »

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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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