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Getting out and about in the community and meeting people is something that the Torch Theatre relishes, and having a stall at the Pembrokeshire County Agricultural Show this year was highly enjoyable.

Joining the Port of Milford Haven at the Milford Waterfront Market marquee, the Torch Theatre had a stall for the duration of the two-day show, with its marketing team at the helm meeting and greeting visitors and advising them of the Theatre’s up and coming shows.

Chelsey Gillard, Torch Theatre’s Artistic Director explains that it was a great opportunity to engage with the public:

“The Torch Theatre was delighted to join the Port of Milford Haven at the Pembrokeshire County Show. Our team loves getting out and about across the county, connecting with different people and spreading the word about all the brilliant activity that happens at the Torch.”

The stall gave visitors the opportunity to see what high-quality theatrical dramas and  electrifying tributes The Torch Theatre has to offer. It was also a chance for the Theatre to showcase its vital youth and community work.

“Having a stall at the Pembrokeshire County Show proved to be a great opportunity to meet our supporters. We promoted our productions such as Private Lives and Beauty and the Beast and it was fabulous to meet everyone,” said Charlotte Spencer, Torch Theatre’s Senior Marketing Manager.

The Torch Theatre has plans to develop its stall for the Pembrokeshire County Show next year by introducing a community involvement project and plans are well underway to make it a bigger, more inclusive event for all.


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