11am Sunday 26 October - 11pm Monday 27th October

   Live on stage at Swansea Grand Theatre,

A unique 36 hour reading of the poems, short stories, letters,
broadcasts, film scripts and Under Milk Wood, live on the stage of
Swansea Grand Theatre, on the anniversary itself in the city of his birth.

Staged and devised by Olivier Award-winning Michael Bogdanov and performed by a cast of hundreds of participants
drawn from the worlds of theatre, film, music, broadcasting, sport, politics and literature; alongside
community groups, choirs, children and young people.

Performers Include*

  • Jo Brand

    Jo Brand

  • Dervla Kirwan

    Dervla Kirwan

  • Nicholas Parsons

    Nicholas Parsons

  • Di Botcher

    Di Botcher

  • Bishop Gore School


  • Kevin Johns

    Kevin Johns

  • Lisa Rogers

    Lisa Rogers

  • Gower College
  • Roy Noble

    Roy Noble

  • Ryan Jones

    Ryan Jones

  • Sharon Morgan

    Sharon Morgan

  • Swansea Little Theatre


  • Siân Phillips

    Siân Phillips

  • Eggs Laid By Tigers

    Eggs Laid By Tigers

  • Ieuan Rhys

    Ieuan Rhys

  • Jessica Lee Morgan

    Jessica Lee Morgan

  • Bands
  • JPR Williams

    JPR Williams

  • Katherine Jenkins

    Katherine Jenkins

  • Colin Charvis

    Colin Charvis

  • Comedians
  • Bill Bellamy

    Bill Bellamy

  • Jonathan Pryce

    Jonathan Pryce

  • Sian Lloyd

    Sian Lloyd

  • Swansea School Children
  • Ian McKellen

    Ian McKellen

  • Robert Peston

    Robert Peston

  • Morriston Orpheus Choir

    Morriston Orpheus

  • Welsh Choirs
  • Charles Dale

    Charles Dale

  • Community Groups
  • Chris Needs

    Chris Needs

  • Footballers
  • Jamie Owen

    Jamie Owen

  • Kevin Eldon

    Kevin Eldon

  • Rugby Players
  • Ruth Madoc

    Ruth Madoc

  • Celyn Jones

    Celyn Jones

  • Pub Crawlers
  • Suzanne Packer

    Suzanne Packer

  • Peter Karrie

    Peter Karrie

  • Mal Pope

    Mal Pope

  • Soap Stars
  • Michael Sheen

    Michael Sheen

  • Radio Hosts & DJ's

Many more to be announced!

* Some performers subject to filming schedules


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Come for 3 hours, a day or the whole weekend.
Refreshments (and possibly mattresses!)
will be available.

The Prince’s Foundation for Children & the Arts is delighted to be nominated as the beneficiary charity for The Dylathon. Children & the Arts develops partnerships between arts organisations and their local schools to give disadvantaged children access to excellent arts activities. Funds received from The Dylathon will enable children to see high quality arts performances, to take part in creative workshops and to develop their own artistic activities in South Wales.
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