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Laugharne Weekend

Enjoy a Welsh weekend full of music, poetry and literature

This special weekend celebrates literary and musical talent in the quaint Welsh village of Laugharne, which is remembered often for its close links to the great poet Dylan Thomas.

The festival sees a collection of famous names visit the village for a weekend packed full of fun. Welsh singer Charlotte Church, comedian Dom Joly, Pointless star Richard Osman, and author Ian Rankin (famous for his Inspector Rebus novels) are just a small selection of names who have taken part in the past.

Venues consist of The Millennium Hall, the Congregational Church, the Fountain Inn and the Cross Inn.

Weekend tickets can be bought online, as can tickets for individual events. Please see their website for more details and tick information.

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