Ten things to do in South Wales this weekend, October 26-28
1. Join in the famous Thriller dance in Swansea's Wind Street on Saturday night.
Swansea Council and city centre business group Swansea BID is behind the remake of the choreographed classic as part of its programme of Hallowe'en activities. You need to be there at 8pm.
2. On Saturday there will be a local history book fair at Swansea Museum.
Local authors, publishers and book shops will be offering both new and old publications for sale. Representatives of local history societies and archive experts will also be available to answer questions about family history as well as the history of Swansea and the surrounding area. 10am – 4pm
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3. A paranormal investigation will try to come up with some ghostly goings-on in Pembrey woods on Saturday to raise money for the British Heart Foundation.
The Haunted Woods event begins at 8pm with SPR Cymru, a Llanelli-based group of sensitives, sceptics and mediums, heading up the search.
British Heart Foundation will benefit from the fundraiser, which will go on until about 2am.
4. A Midsummer Night’s Dream comes to Swansea’s Taliesin Arts Centre until Saturday. Tickets £13, concessions £11.
5. The Dylan Thomas Festival returns from this Saturday to November 9 at the at the Dylan Thomas Centre. The multi-arts celebration features Stan Tracey, Graham Hunter, Paul Durcan, Nigel Jenkins, Menna Elfyn, Ros Barber, Kevin Barry and Roshi Fernando.
6. Burry Port Town Band will host its first An Audience with the Band event at St Mary’s Church in Burry Port on Saturday from 7pm.