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Poll: Should more theatres introduce creches for audience members’ children?

Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough. Photo: James Drawneek Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough. Photo: James Drawneek
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Last week, the Stephen Jospeh Theatre in Scarborough was praised for a new initiative offering a free creche to audience members, during certain performances, in efforts to make theatre more accessible to parents.

This week, we’re asking: Should more theatres introduce creches for audience members’ children?


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