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Dylan Thomas

Person  Male  Born 27/10/1914  Died 9/11/1953

Categories: Poetry, Seriously Famous

Countries: Wales

Poet. Born at 5 Cwmdonkin Drive, Swansea, which is now a themed holiday rental. Died at St Vincents Hospital, in New York City during a lecture tour of the United States. He is buried at Laugharne, Wales. This had been his home with his wife Caitlin, whom he had met in 1936/7, at the Wheatsheaf pub in Newman Street, W1 (no plaque).

2019: Deserter visted Thomas's London drinking haunts - there are quite a lot of them.

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Cross Keys pub

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Dylan Thomas

Greater London Council Dylan Thomas, 1914 - 1953, poet, lived here.

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Dylan Thomas - The Wheatsheaf

Dylan Thomas, poet, 1914 - 1953, drank here! Wheatsheaf Heritage

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Fitzrovia Mural

A montage of scenes, all relevant to the area at the time: construction activ...

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Meard Street

2022: We were contacted by David Bieda who wrote: "Meard Street plaque. I’d l...

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