Super Saturday kicks off with the wooden spoon decider between Italy and Scotland at 12.30pm followed by the game which will likely decide the Championship, Wales versus France, at 2.45pm. The tournament concludes with England against Ireland at 5pm.
Frances Jenkins, Strategic Manager for Tourism, Marketing and Events said, “The 6 Nations coverage has proved extremely popular over the last few months and we are expecting a sea of red in Castle Square this Saturday to cheer on Wales as they vie for the Grand Slam and 6 Nations title.
The fantastic programme of Big Screen events will continue throughout 2012 with a number of family films, cultural events and major sporting events including the Olympic and Paralympic Games.”
The Swansea Big Screen becomes ‘Swansea’s London 2012 Live Site’ from 1 May 2012 with a full programme of screenings and events taking place in the lead up to the Olympic Games.
Keep up to date with upcoming events on Swansea’s Big Screen at www.swanseabigscreen.com
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