Events in Swansea: museums

Swansea Museum

20 minutes walk from our Bed and Breakfast




Wednesday 27th September

Science Café

National Waterfront Museum - 20mins walk from our guesthouse


Sit back, relax with a drink in your hand and listen or get involved in the discussion and debate.

Join us each month as we invite a leading expert in their field, to give a brief introductory talk followed by a friendly informal chat.




Friday 29th September

Explore Classic Films: Passport to Pimlico (U, 1949)

National Waterfront Museum - 20mins walk from our hotel


Enjoy a classic film on the big screen!

Residents of a part of London declare independence, when they discover an old treaty.

As well as watching a varied and timeless selection of films there will be an introduction to the social and cultural context of the film by the Historical Association.

Explore Classic Film screenings  are held on the last Friday of the month





Friday 29th September

Dandiya Dancing

National Waterfront Museum - 20mins walk from our Bed and breakfast


The Dussehra Hindu festival signifies the triumph of good over evil and is celebrated with great festivity and a circle stick dance during nine evenings leading to Dussehra on the tenth day. Come and join the festivities with Indian Kathak Dance professional, Sarita Sood.


Cost £3 Adults / £1 Children




Saturday 30th September to Saturday 11th November

Bunker 2

Mission Gallery, Swansea Maritime Quarter - 20mins walk from our B&B


Mission Gallery is delighted to present the work of Brooklyn based artist Doug Ashford in his first solo exhibition in Wales, delivered in partnership with Swansea International Festival.

This new video animation Bunker 2, intersperses news clippings dated from 1982 to 2016 with bands of changing colour. The barrage of images and the black metal that accompanies them, presents an overwhelming concurrence of fact and feeling. As images blend into one another, and the aesthetic connection to colour allows intuition to take over, the work suggest the possibility that our emotions can resist the culture of publicity and reshape notions of progress.

Bunker 2 was first shown in May 2017 at MASS MoCA’s In the Abstract exhibition, which brought together a diverse, multi generational group of artists whose works represented a potent and muscular approach to contemporary abstraction. Doug Ashford is an artist, teacher and writer based in New York. He is Associate Professor at The Cooper Union where he has taught sculpture, design, and interdisciplinary studies since 1989. He is represented by Wilfried Lentz, Rotterdam.

Extract from In the Abstract catalogue essay courtesy of Susan Cross, Curator, MASS MoCA.


Wednesday 4th october

Toddler Time Monthly Movies:

National Waterfront Museum - 20mins walk from our bed and breakfast


Enjoy a free fun movie screening each month exclusively for preschool children and their parents or carers.

Plus a half price hot drink from the Museum Café!

A koala named Buster Moon has one final chance to restore his theatre to its former glory by producing the world’s greatest singing competition





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