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Topic: Rolling Stone and James Bond chase pub loved by Dylan Thomas (and pix, etc.!)... :D Return to archive
April 15th, 2004 01:49 AM
MarthaMyDear
Fri Apr 9, 5:30 AM ET

Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger might buy a Welsh pub once frequented by the famous Welsh poet Dylan Thomas.(AFP/POOL/File/Mike Clarke)



Thu Apr 8, 8:41 PM ET

A Welsh pub once frequented by famously heavy drinking Welsh poet Dylan Thomas might be bought up by a more modern hell-raiser, Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger, a report said.(AFP/File/Mark Large)


Rolling Stone and James Bond chase pub loved by Dylan Thomas
Fri Apr 9,11:38 AM ET
http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/afp/20040409/ts_afp/britain_lifestyle_040409153859

LONDON (AFP) - A Welsh pub once frequented by famously heavy drinking Welsh poet Dylan Thomas might be bought up by a more modern hell-raiser, Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger, a report said.

Brown's Hotel in Laugharne -- reputedly the place where Thomas gained the inspiration for his most famous work, the play for voices "Under Milk Wood" -- is up for sale later this month.

According to The Independent, the estate agent handling the sale has confirmed that a series of celebrities including Jagger have expressed interest in the building.

Another possible bidder was James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan, who the paper said was such a fan he had previously bought a bed used by Thomas when he stayed at Brown's in the 1930s and 40s.

Brown's Hotel remains largely as it did when the poet -- who eventually drank himself to death in 1953 -- frequented it, with his favourite table and chair still in the same place.


*** Martha ***

lol...................... :P lol..