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With reference to your article 'Arts Council: Relevance not excellence will be new litmus test for funding', while I’m pleased to see my speech...

In light of the lack of women in writing and directing positions in the National Theatre’s season release, I think there is a case...

An open letter to Rufus Norris and the programming team at the National Theatre... We all know there’s a problem with representation in theatre –...

In his column ‘Illogical Oliviers eligibility needs a serious shake-up’, Matt Trueman suggests that the Olivier award for outstanding achievement in an affiliate theatre...

Your news story (‘Backstage staff are pushed to breaking point’) focuses on lighting programmers. However, throughout the industry there is a workforce (no matter...

There has been a huge outpouring of emotion following the death of actor Luke Perry. In 2004, he starred in a stage adaptation of...

Lyn Gardner’s article on the death of the high street struck a chord with us. A huge town centre redevelopment, conceived 20 years ago in better...

’Twas as a mere youth that I came across the illustrious Albert Finney (Obituary, February 11). His looks were almost archetypically British, with shades...

With reference to your front page story on February 14 (‘Actors lament trend of casting by Instagram’), as a promoter and producer of several...

Lyn Gardner on Berkoff/Mamet I disagree with Lyn Gardner (Back off Berkoff and Mamet – women own the #MeToo story) on the question of ‘ownership’....

Drama school is not the only way I was disappointed at the tone of Susan Elkin’s feature on foundation courses, which implies that drama school...

Regarding the cancellation of the UK tour of To Kill a Mockingbird (front page, January 24), these companies seem to think they are...
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