Paddling Through The Words of Dylan Thomas

When Dylan Thomas first visited Laugharne in 1934, he described it in a letter as ‘the strangest town in Wales’, and later in a radio broadcast, as “this timeless, beautiful, barmy (both spellings) town…a legendary lazy little black-magical bedlam by… Read More ›

At Home With Dylan Thomas

It would be easy to walk down the seemingly unremarkable Cwmdonkin Drive in the Uplands area of Swansea without realising that you’d walked past a house of international importance. Only an understated blue plaque on the front of the house,… Read More ›