Poll: Was the Royal Court right to backtrack on plans to cancel a run of Rita, Sue and Bob Too?
Last week, the Royal Court in London announced it had decided to cancel a planned run of Rita, Sue and Bob Too because it was “conflictual” with its own efforts to tackle allegations of sexual harassment in the industry. However, a few days later, it reversed this decision, stating that claims its original plans amounted to censorship. This week we’re asking: Was the Royal Court right to backtrack on plans to cancel a run of Rita, Sue and Bob Too?
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