Taliesin Performances - Dylan Live

Overview:

Dylan Live is a 60 minute bilingual performance which traces the origins of hip hop back to Dylan Thomas’ trip to New York in 1952. The performance incorporates vinyl, jazz, beat poetry, hip hop and spoken word, and is led by professor and jazz musician, Daniel Williams, against the breath-taking visuals of an exclusive film from Ewan Morris Jones. Performers include poets Martin Daws, Aneirin Karadog and Zaru Jonson, jazz musician Huw V Williams and hip hop artist Ed Holden, all of whom have been influenced by Dylan Thomas in one way or another.Dylan Live is one of the components for Developing Dylan, which is part of the official Dylan Thomas 100 Festival celebrations and is supported by the Welsh Government’s Department for Education and Skills.

Website: www.developingdylan100.com
Tickets: Free for students. £5 for non-students. Book your ticket today by contacting Literature Wales on 029 2047 2266 / post@literaturewales.org

Dates and Times:

Fri 28th Feb

1.30pm

Pricing Information:

CategoryPrice
Full price:£ 5
Full time students:£ Free
Senr.Citizens:£ 5
Other Conc.:£ 5

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