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Poll: Should West End producers introduce job shares for leading roles?

Gina Beck, Joanna Riding and Caroline Sheen are among performers supporting calls for more job shares in the West End to support working parents. Photos: Stephanie Methven (Joanna Riding), Ross Ferguson (Caroline Sheen) Gina Beck, Joanna Riding and Caroline Sheen are among performers supporting calls for more job shares in the West End to support working parents. Photos: Stephanie Methven (Joanna Riding), Ross Ferguson (Caroline Sheen)
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Last week, leading musical theatre actors including Gina Beck and Caroline Sheen urged producers to introduce job shares for performers, claiming this would ease the burden for those with parental or caring responsibilities. This week we’re asking: should West End producers introduce job shares for leading roles?


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