The tales of Dylan Thomas told through expressionist brushstrokes
Famous for being one of the youngest artists ever to paint the Queen, Dan Llywelyn Hall is now turning his eye to the works of Dylan Thomas. In celebration of the writer's centenary, he's created a series of delightfully imaginative, colourful paintings and prints referencing his fellow Welshman's poems and stories. This event is free and entry is on a first come first served basis, so it can't be guaranteed. There are no tickets to collect. Just enter the venue. Gallery opening times: 9am-6pm.
"The scenes he paints are meandering but engrossing: there's so much going on here."