Agent 160 Theatre Company

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Agent 160 Theatre Company

Agent 160 is a female writer-led theatre company that launched in Cardiff, London and Glasgow and Belfast in 2012. We're returning to Cardiff in October 2014, staging a Fun Palace at WMC.  
 
We put on work in venues across the UK. We add to the amount of produced work written by women. We don’t campaign: we just write about what we want to write about, refusing to be pigeonholed by our gender, age, class, sexuality or location. We write in English and Welsh.
 
OUR PATRONS: 
Sharon Morgan, Kaite O'Reilly, Timberlake Wertenbaker

OUR WRITERS:
Ioanna Anderson, Sandra Bendelow, Sam Burns, Vittoria Cafolla, Poppy Corbett, Branwen Davies, Abigail Docherty, Clare Duffy, Samantha Ellis, Sarah Grochala, Katie McCullough, Lisa Parry, Marged Parry, Morna Pearson, Lindsay Rodden, Shannon Yee.

 
OUR PRODUCER:
Dan Baker

 

http://agent160theatre.blogspot.com/

Website: http://www.agent160theatre.co.uk
Location: UK-wide
Members: 61
Latest Activity: Nov 22, 2014

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Comment by Lisa Parry on August 26, 2014 at 11:59

Hi everyone,

Just a bit of an update - plans are coming together for our Fun Palace in October. Please keep checking our twitter feed/facebook feed. Both are really active at the moment. Also, we're running a kickstarter campaign if you'd like to check it out/share. We're so close now we'd appreciate any support! The link is here -  kck.st/1simsmq

Comment by Lisa Parry on August 5, 2014 at 9:49

Hi everyone,

We're coming back to Cardiff! Do keep an eye on our blog for updates (http://agent160theatre.blogspot.co.uk/) and follow us on twitter @agent160theatre and also over on facebook www.facebook.com/agent160theatre

Comment by Lisa Parry on November 19, 2012 at 9:29

Hi Rowena,
We don't produce plays other than those of own writers at the moment. Sorry not to be of more help.

Comment by Rowena Louise Bernice Scurlock on October 7, 2012 at 9:57

Hi there I have written a selection of full length and short plays, I wonder if your interested in reading them.

They're not the most PC of writing but with your support I hope to get my name out there.

email:rowenascurlock@yahoo.com

Comment by carmen medway-stephens on May 10, 2012 at 11:40

Let me know when the next one is - would love to get involved somehow,

Comment by Lisa Parry on January 23, 2012 at 13:27

Hi everyone - just to let you know you can follow our blog now with posts from the writers in the run-up to the show. x

Comment by Lisa Parry on January 12, 2012 at 8:33

Tickets for our two nights at Chapter are now on sale - you get a discount if you book for both.

Both dates start at 7.30pm and there's a Q and A after the second night.

http://www.chapter.org/25636.html


Comment by Lisa Parry on January 6, 2012 at 8:33

Hi Carmen - a real mix of voices! I'm going to post some blurbs in the run-up to the event. x

Comment by carmen medway-stephens on January 5, 2012 at 17:39

Hi Lisa, Happy New Year, what kind of stuff is being shown? :)

Comment by Lisa Parry on January 5, 2012 at 14:06

Hi guys!

Just to confirm we're on at Chapter at 7.30pm on both Friday, February 17 and Saturday, February 18. There'll also be a q and a after the show on the 18th on female playwriting in Wales.

 

Writers whose work is appearing on 17th Feb:

Sam Burns

Vittoria Cafolla

Poppy Corbett

Angharad Devonald

Clare Duffy

Samantha Ellis

Marged Parry

 

Writers whose work is appearing on 18th Feb:

Ioanna Anderson

Branwen Davies

Sarah Grochala

Lisa Parry

Morna Pearson

Lindsay Rodden

Helen Smith

 

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