Swansea

What is Swansea known for?


big green

filmmakers Undercurrents, BeyondTV has taken place since 2000 in various venues, from the Patti Pavilion, BeyondTV 2005-06 in the Dylan Thomas Centre in Swansea Marina. BeyondTV 2005 hosted the Misty (media activist) Awards for activist filmmakers, comedians and musicians. Comic Mark Thomas and festival band Seize the Day were amongst the winners. The festival tours during summer from Glastonbury festival to Big Green Gathering and others. In 2007 Beyond TV were held on 1 December in Swansea.


white photographs

index.html email address lat long directions phone +44 1792 477707 tollfree fax hours price content Llys Glas Building, 1 Alexandra Road. - a store offering space for former homeless people and the unemployed to exhibit and sell their handicrafts - some lovely framed black and white photographs, jewelry and wood items. Open Tues - Sat 10AM - 4PM *


fiction work


music track

for Sony BRAVIA LCD televisions. The original Sony advert consisted of thousands of coloured balls as they bounce down the roads of San Francisco. The Tango advert was set in Swansea and featured fruit instead of coloured balls, using the same production style and the same music track by Jose Gonzalez (José González). It also copies almost exactly the moment from the Bravia advert when a frog leaps out from a drainpipe. It parodies Sony's slogan 'Colour.like.no.other' with 'Refreshment


unorthodox appearance

publisher The Nobel Foundation title Les Prix Nobel. The Nobel Prizes 2003 editor Tore Frängsmyr location Stockholm year 2004 postscript The next year his parents moved to Lincoln (Lincoln, Lincolnshire). She was the daughter of Lewis Llewelyn Dillwyn, Liberal MP and owner of the Dillwyn Spelter Works at Swansea. Following her father's death, she managed the works herself. Her unorthodox appearance and lifestyle made her a well-known


recurring role

Swansea, Wales, United Kingdom '''Gary Jones''' (born 4 January 1958 in Swansea, Wales) is a British (United Kingdom)-born Canadian (Canada) actor, who has worked on television and on stage in Britain and Canada. He is best known for his recurring role as CMSgt. Walter Harriman (Walter Harriman (Stargate)) in ''Stargate SG-1'' and ''Stargate Atlantis''. He has also made guest appearances on such shows as ''Sliders'', ''Cold Squad'', '' The Outer Limits


fine modern

Langland's Brasserie url http: langlandsbrasserie.co.uk email info@langlandsbrasserie.co.uk address Brynfield Road, Langland lat long directions phone +44 1792 363699 tollfree fax hours price content A fine modern British restaurant located with a fantastic view overlooking Langland Bay. Ingredients are organic when available *


science national

of Swansea University, Ancient Egyptian artifacts - - National Waterfront Museum Swansea Swansea South Wales Multiple (NMW) Welsh industrial and maritime heritage, social history, technology, science - - National Waterfront Museum Swansea Swansea South Wales Multiple (NMW) Welsh industrial and maritime heritage, social history, technology, science - - Swansea Museum Swansea Swansea South Wales


intense rivalry

the 1970s–1990s has considerably reduced, the only major clashes occurring between Swansea City supporters and Cardiff City supporters. Many matches between these sides have ended in violence in both Swansea and Cardiff. These two clubs have a long history of intense rivalry,


treatment works

provides drinking water supply and wastewater services to Swansea. There is a water treatment works at Crymlyn Burrows. Reservoirs which supply Swansea include the Cray reservoir and the Lliw Reservoirs, which are operated by Welsh Water. The Local Gas Distribution company is Wales and West Utilities. Public order There was a high rate of car crime during the 1990s. The BBC has described Swansea as a "black spot for car crime",

Swansea

'''Swansea''' ( making it the second most populous local authority area (List of Welsh principal areas by population) in Wales after Cardiff. During its 19th-century industrial heyday, Swansea was a key centre of the copper industry, Swansea (Wales, United Kingdom) – Britannica Online Encyclopedia earning the nickname 'Copperopolis'. Hughes, S. (2000) ''Copperopolis: landscapes of the early industrial period in Swansea'' (Royal Commission on Ancient and Historical Monuments in Wales

Search by keywords:


Copyright (C) 2015-2017 PlacesKnownFor.com
Last modified: Tue Oct 10 05:56:30 EDT 2017