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LETTERS

Since you picked up the story (Ofsted chief: ‘Arts courses claim unrealistic career prospects’, November 29, p1), many of your readers have been climbing...

I couldn’t agree more with Patrick Spottiswoode’s column (‘Kids won’t know Shakespeare if they don’t go to the theatre’, November 15, p11) regarding the...

Your presumption that Mark Gatiss signed up for The Madness of George III at Nottingham Playhouse based on National Theatre Live’s attachment is incorrect...

In challenging times like these, great theatre organisations need strong governance (Editor’s View, November 8). UK Theatre and the Society of London Theatre are steering this essential conversation...

I note that “excellence in arts education” is to be an offstage category in the 2019 UK Theatre Awards (‘UK Theatre revamps awards for...

News that nearly a third of students do not know our greatest playwright is deeply concerning and does not bode well for the future. As...

It was a wonderful experience to have Cicely Berry work on plays of mine at the Royal Shakespeare Company in the 1980s and 1990s. She...

As a fan, having attended 201 performances of Billy Elliot the Musical across Europe, I was dumbstruck to learn that the show was closed...

Neil Rathmell’s letter (Comment, October 4, p6) was unfair to Lyn Gardner when it suggested her column on the first Amateur Theatre Fest had...

One thing troubled me about Lyn Gardner’s column on the first Amateur Theatre Fest: the point of view is always and only that of...

Deborah Aydon’s boat arrived into the Royal Albert Dock just as mine set sale (‘Liverpool theatres’ Deborah Aydon steps down’). A born-and-bread Scouser, I...

I enjoyed Phil Willmott’s article, ‘Top tips on choosing the best fringe venue for you’ (The Half, August 30, p25). However, there was one rather...
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