German Beer Festival Swansea 2017 at Brangwyn Hall in Swansea
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German Beer Festival Swansea 2017   21/10/2017
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Beerfest UK brings the “Oktoberfest” theme to the UK with fine real German ales from across the breadth of Germany, the sounds and stirring of time-honoured oomph music with traditional drinking songs and dances to sizzling foods and entertainment to make the evening a really memorable one for all.| Beerfest UK are a young and invigorating company which blends in the UK’s demand for entertainment with the flavours of continental sophistication with the aim to bring not only a safe event but one in which all can relax and join in the spirit of the fest.

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Swansea(Image: Swansea)Brangwyn Hall Swansea, City of Swansea
The Brangwyn Hall (Welsh: Neuadd y Brangwyn) is a concert venue in Swansea. It is named after the artist Frank Brangwyn, whose famous "panels", originally intended for the House of Lords, are displayed there.| The Brangwyn Hall is a popular centre of social and cultural life in Swansea, located within the Guildhall.| The Brangwyn Hall is part of the Swansea Guildhall complex, and is used for awards ceremonies and social events as well as classical music concerts and rock concerts. Among the ceremonies held at the Brangwyn Hall are the annual Chinese New Year celebrations (for the Chinese community in Swansea) and the graduation ceremony for students graduating from Swansea University and Swansea Metropolitan University. The BBC National Orchestra of Wales frequently use this venue when performing in Swansea. Additionally, the BBC has filmed some scenes from the Doctor Who episodes "Silence in the Library" and "Forest of the Dead", as well as "The Big Bang".| The British Empire Panels were commissioned in 1924 as a means of commemorating the First World War. Brangwyn, who had worked as an official war artist, was selected by the sponsor, Lord Iveagh, an Irish peer. He chose to create a "decorative painting representing various Dominions and parts of the British Empire", and five finished panels were displayed in 1930. The work was completed in 1932, but the House of Lords had already rejected it as too colourful and spirited.
Venue Telephone Number: 01792635432.

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