The Dylan Thomas Theatre is Swansea's only waterside theatre venue and has been the home of the award winning Swansea Little Theatre since 1979. We are a thriving community theatre in the heart of the Maritime Cultural Quarter, located in the SA1 area of Swansea and we currently attract over 15,000 visitors per year. The theatre has played host to a wide diversity of productions, including local dance groups, music festivals, professional touring companies, as well as cabaret acts and stand-up comedy. We have welcomed Eddie Izzard, Russell Kane and the BBC, amongst many and every autumn, we are delighted to showcase Theatr na n'Og, a theatre in-education company, which performs to over 6,000 school children.
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Our main Bar/Foyer area is ideal for small shows, cabaret and has been used extensively for private parties, book launches and presentations. The Building is now fully accessible to all with ramps, lowered bar and box office, disabled toilets and baby changing facilities. The stage is ramped and fully accessible, plus disabled toilets and shower backstage.
We have unique panels which tell the story of 'Wales' most famous poet, Dylan Thomas and his time as an actor with Swansea Little Theatre in the 1930s, from the book 'Dylan the Actor' by Heather Holt, plus 'Swansea's Dylan' a glimpse of the places and people that affected and influenced the writing of young Dylan.