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By Dylan Thomas Centre
This wonderful event celebrates both Christmas and Dylan Thomas, taking place at the Dylan Thomas Centre this evening.
By Swansea Museum
The DVD series, set to be available from Saturday, includes interviews with local people who either lived during the conflict or were affected by it. The whole series includes over 70 interviews.
By City and County of Swansea
It’s been a book and a film, but this weekend Joe Dunthorne’s debut novel Submarine will take the form of a guided tour of Swansea.
By City and County of Swansea
Award winning Welsh poet Jemma King is to read at Swansea’s Dylan Thomas Centre on Thursday 27 June.
By City and County of Swansea
The Dylan Thomas Centre celebrates the achievements of this year’s entrants into the £1000 Terry Hetherington Award for writers under 30 on Friday, 21 June at 7pm.
By City and County of Swansea
Cegin Productions present 'What we should have said…’ at the Dylan Thomas Centre on Friday, 14 June at 7.30pm.
By City and County of Swansea
Fluellen Theatre Company are to perform F. Scott Fitzgerald's Porcelain and Pink at the Dylan Thomas Centre on Saturday 8 June at 1pm.
By City and County of Swansea
Spitfire and a Hurricane from yesteryear will be taking to the skies above the city this summer as one of the highlights of the Swansea Bay Festival events programme.
By City and County of Swansea
Extracts from a world famous Dylan Thomas play will once again be given 21st Century treatment in a special performance next week.
By City and County of Swansea
A CHINESE piano-playing prodigy is set to dazzle classical music fans at Swansea’s Brangwyn Hall.
By City and County of Swansea
Swansea's Dylan Thomas Centre is due to mark the centenary of famous Welsh poet R.S.Thomas’ birth later this week.
By City and County of Swansea
A famous writer who’s visited war-ravaged Iraq is soon performing at Swansea’s Dylan Thomas...
By City and County of Swansea
The Dylan Thomas Centre is delighted to welcome one of Australia’s leading poets, Mark Tredinnick, to headline Poets at the DTC on Thursday 28 March at 7.30pm.
By City and County of Swansea
It’s always common for mothers to brag about their children, often trying to outdo each other in the process, but what if one was harbouring a secret?
By City and County of Swansea
The Dylan Thomas Centre is to host it’s first event of 2013 on Thursday 24 January with a screening of a fascinating new film.
By City and County of Swansea
Art's Birthday is an annual event first proposed in 1963 by French artist Robert Filliou member of the influential Fluxus group. He humorously suggested that 1,000,000 years ago, there was no art, but on 17th of January, Art was born!
By City and County of Swansea
CLASSICAL music fans need to get in quick if they don’t want to miss out on either of the annual Christmas concerts taking place at the Brangwyn Hall this month.
By City and County of Swansea
The Dylan Thomas Centre is to host a performance of Lucinda Coxon’s I Am Angela Brazil on Wednesday 12 December.
By City and County of Swansea
There has been an unprecedented demand for tickets for a reading by Carol Ann Duffy on Friday 7 December.
By City and County of Swansea
After returning from a series of successful readings in New York City, Welsh poet Steve Griffiths is to read at the Dylan Thomas Centre on Thursday 29 November.

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By Newcross Healthcare Solutions
Newcross Healthcare Solutions have now opened their second branch in South Wales giving a boost to local employment figures.
By Glynn Vivian Art Gallery
As part of the gallery’s research into its collection and the Richard Glynn Vivian bequest, staff are visiting community centres in the city’s Community First areas this year.
By Dylan Thomas Centre
This wonderful event celebrates both Christmas and Dylan Thomas, taking place at the Dylan Thomas Centre this evening.
By Swansea Museum
The DVD series, set to be available from Saturday, includes interviews with local people who either lived during the conflict or were affected by it. The whole series includes over 70 interviews.
By City and County of Swansea
It’s been a book and a film, but this weekend Joe Dunthorne’s debut novel Submarine will take the form of a guided tour of Swansea.
By City and County of Swansea
Award winning Welsh poet Jemma King is to read at Swansea’s Dylan Thomas Centre on Thursday 27 June.
By City and County of Swansea
The Dylan Thomas Centre celebrates the achievements of this year’s entrants into the £1000 Terry Hetherington Award for writers under 30 on Friday, 21 June at 7pm.
By City and County of Swansea
Cegin Productions present 'What we should have said…’ at the Dylan Thomas Centre on Friday, 14 June at 7.30pm.
By City and County of Swansea
Fluellen Theatre Company are to perform F. Scott Fitzgerald's Porcelain and Pink at the Dylan Thomas Centre on Saturday 8 June at 1pm.
By City and County of Swansea
Swansea's Castle Square will play host to the Big Lunch this Sunday, 2 June
By City and County of Swansea
Spitfire and a Hurricane from yesteryear will be taking to the skies above the city this summer as one of the highlights of the Swansea Bay Festival events programme.
By City and County of Swansea
Extracts from a world famous Dylan Thomas play will once again be given 21st Century treatment in a special performance next week.
By City and County of Swansea
A CHINESE piano-playing prodigy is set to dazzle classical music fans at Swansea’s Brangwyn Hall.
By City and County of Swansea
DESPITE its temporary closure for major refurbishment, people passing by Swansea's Glynn Vivian Art Gallery building can still marvel over stunning artworks dating back centuries.
By City and County of Swansea
Swansea's Dylan Thomas Centre is due to mark the centenary of famous Welsh poet R.S.Thomas’ birth later this week.
By City and County of Swansea
A famous writer who’s visited war-ravaged Iraq is soon performing at Swansea’s Dylan Thomas...
By City and County of Swansea
The Dylan Thomas Centre is delighted to welcome one of Australia’s leading poets, Mark Tredinnick, to headline Poets at the DTC on Thursday 28 March at 7.30pm.
By City and County of Swansea
Wales’s bid for the this years 6 Nations continues on Saturday as they take on Scotland with all the action live on Swansea’s Big Screen in Castle Square
By City and County of Swansea
It's not just world famous players like Robin van Persie and Carlos Tevez coming to Swansea thesedays - top football journalists are making a beeline for the city too.
By City and County of Swansea
They say you’re never too old to learn – and a group of arty Swansea 50-somethings has proven that’s the case.
By City and County of Swansea
MAJOR work on transforming Swansea’s Glynn Vivian Art Gallery into a top visitor attraction will start next week.
By City and County of Swansea
Say goodbye to January and hello events with the Swansea Bay Festival Spring Events programme. Now in its 14th year, the Swansea Bay Festival has evolved to become a year long seasonal calendar of events and activities taking place in Swansea.
By City and County of Swansea
It’s always common for mothers to brag about their children, often trying to outdo each other in the process, but what if one was harbouring a secret?
By City and County of Swansea
A famous football writer will be at Swansea's Dylan Thomas Centre next month to talk about the sport and what makes shot-stoppers like Michael Vorm and Gerhard Tremmel tick
By City and County of Swansea
The 2013 RBS 6 Nations will be shown live on Swansea's Big Screen
By City and County of Swansea
New events announced for the 2013 Brangwyn Hall events programme.
By Save Britain Money
The now infamous 'ball boy' incident at the Liberty Stadium on Wednesday night brought back some rather mixed memories for one former Swan and Welsh international.
By City and County of Swansea
The Dylan Thomas Centre is to host it’s first event of 2013 on Thursday 24 January with a screening of a fascinating new film.
By City and County of Swansea
Art's Birthday is an annual event first proposed in 1963 by French artist Robert Filliou member of the influential Fluxus group. He humorously suggested that 1,000,000 years ago, there was no art, but on 17th of January, Art was born!
By City and County of Swansea
CLASSICAL music fans need to get in quick if they don’t want to miss out on either of the annual Christmas concerts taking place at the Brangwyn Hall this month.

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