From this September, Newport’s Riverfront Theatre will embark on a new partnership with London’s Soho Theatre, one of the leading houses for new writing and performance in the UK, to bring new comedy to Wales. Every month The Riverfront’s Studio Theatre will open its doors and welcome some of the most exciting and fresh comedy stars on the UK and international circuit, hand-picked by Soho Theatre.
For more information on what’s in store, you can read Andy Howells’ article here.
To find out more about upcoming events at the theatre visit their website.
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