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Win tickets to The Dylathon at Swansea Grand Theatre

The Dylathon at Swansea Grand Theatre

A once in a lifetime opportunity to celebrate the works of Dylan Thomas on the anniversary of his birth.  This unique event is a 36 hour non-stop reading of Thomas' poems, short stories, broadcasts, letters and Under Milk Wood live on stage ending at 11pm on 27th October - the moment of his birth 100 years before.

The marathon show will feature hundreds of participants; live on stage, from the worlds of broadcasting, film, theatre, sport, politics and literature together with school children, young people, choirs and community groups to create an epic celebration of the 20th Century's greatest lyrical poet.  Staged and devised by Oliver Award-winning director Michael Bogdanov, participants include Ian McKellen, Ruth Jones Matthew Rhys, Howard Marks, Sian Phillips, Ruth Madoc, David Emanuel and Celyn Jones with many, many more to be announced.  Join us and be part of this major birthday celebration at Swansea Grand theatre!

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The Dylathon can be experienced either in its 36 hour entirety, or in 12 or 3 hour sessions. There will be breaks every two and three quarter hours.

The Dylathon
Swansea Grand Theatre
Singleton Street,
Swansea SA1 3QJ
Box Office: 01792 475715
(26-27 October 2014)

Competition closing date

Sunday, 5 October 2014 - 11:59pm

Competition prize

For your chance to win 1 of 2 pairs of tickets to see The Dylathon (3 hour session: excluding the first and last sessions) at Swansea Grand Theatre on either 26th or 27th October 2014; simply answer the question below:-


Tracey Tolchard, Kieran Mott, Sybil Richards and Allan Fullarton

Terms and conditions

Prize is valid for one (3 hour session) from The Dylathon, excluding the first and last sessions, at Swansea Grand Theatre on either 26th or 27th October 2014. Subject to availability. Prize is as stated and cannot be transferred or exchanged. 

This competition is now closed. Congratulations to all our winners!

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