Domino’s Pizza Delivery Swansea Marina Opening Hours UK

Posted onNovember 18, 2013

Whether you’ve been relaxing at Three Cliffs Bay, witnessed a Shakespearian performance at Oystermouth Castle or finished a hard day at work and can’t face cooking, why not round off your day with a delicious pizza from Domino’s Swansea? You can view the menu and order online now. Whilst you’re there why not sign up for our new text ordering service? Sign up now and get texting for your favourite Domino’s pizza.

Situated on the coast, Swansea sits in arguably the most picturesque part of South Wales and is said to have been founded by a Viking King of Demark, Sweyn Forkbeard. There are a number of theatres in the city including the Victorian Grand Theatre whose programme includes pantomime, opera and ballet. Oystermouth Castle regularly stages Shakespeare’s plays; this 12th Century Norman ruin overlooks Swansea Bay and is considered the finest surviving castle on the Gower Peninsula. Singleton Park also hosts a number of concerts and outdoor events such as Party in the Park.

10 Dillwyn Street
SA1 4AE Swansea
West Glamorgan
Tel.: 01792 464647 Map button
Opening hours
Monday 11:00 – 01:45
Tuesday 11:00 – 03:30
Wednesday 11:00 – 01:45
Thursday 11:00 – 01:45
Friday 11:00 – 03:30
Saturday 11:00 – 03:30
Sunday 11:00 – 01:45

Domino’s Pizza Delivery Crewe Opening Hours UK

Posted onJune 8, 2013

Whether you have seen a show at Crewe’s Lyceum Theatre or been to see Crewe Alexandra celebrate another stunning victory why not save on the washing up and order your favourite pizza from Domino’s Crewe. You can view the menu and order online now. Whilst you’re there why not sign up for our new text ordering service? Ordering has never been so easy.

The Cheshire town of Crewe hosts the historic Lyceum Theatre, built in 1911. The Grade II listed building is a popular venue for a range of entertainment, including ballet, opera, dance, theatre, comedy and the yearly pantomime. It also holds an art gallery and runs both youth and community groups. The site of the theatre was formerly a Roman Catholic Church, before being renovated into a theatre, burnt down, then rebuilt into the theatre which stands today. The theatre still has a well below the stage, which was used on the grounds of the church, by local residents. It is also said to be haunted by three ghosts!

Unit A Millennium House
Nantwich Road
CW2 6AD Crewe
Tel.: 01270 257600
Opening hours
Monday 10:00 – 00:00
Tuesday 10:00 – 00:00
Wednesday 10:00 – 00:00
Thursday 10:00 – 00:00
Friday 10:00 – 01:00
Saturday 10:00 – 01:00
Sunday 10:00 – 00:00