Poll: Do you think front-of-house staff wearing bodycams is a good idea?
Reports of increasingly disruptive behaviour from audiences at West End venues has prompted some theatres to trial the use of body cameras, which are worn by front-of-house staff as a way of combating aggression from theatregoers.
This week we’re asking: Do you think front-of-house staff wearing bodycams is a good idea?
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