Agent 160 is Coming Back to Cardiff

Hi everyone,

Just a heads-up - we're coming back to Cardiff. It's all very exciting. We're staging a Fun Palace at WMC in October. Do take a look at our blog for more info - http://agent160theatre.blogspot.co.uk/ - and also follow us on twitter (@agent160theatre) and also on facebook.com/agent160theatre.

 

We'll be putting on monologues around The Centre in English and Welsh and also operating out of a gazebo in the Bay.

 

Stay tuned for more - but do follow and come. It'll be on 4th and 5th October throughout the weekend.

 

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Comment by Lisa Parry on August 6, 2014 at 10:08

:-) We're really exited. We now have SIXTEEN new short plays going up. Can't wait.

Comment by Laura H Drane on August 6, 2014 at 7:55

So happy Cardiff will get a Fun Palace! Da iawn.

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