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LETTERS

It’s true that leading drama schools should be more forthcoming about their black, Asian and minority ethnic staff (Editor’s View, September 14) – and...

Lyn Gardner’s column on free tickets for reviews is well thought out and balanced. I don’t mind if a reviewer is unable to provide a...

Regarding Matthew Xia’s piece on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe (‘Invisible in Edinburgh: why are BAME people ignored at the fringe?’, Opinion, August 31). My...

Though Matt Trueman may disagree, the exclusive nature of Tom Hiddleston’s Hamlet means reporting the event, rather than shaping ticket sales, is unusually important....

Thanks to Ted Bottle for requesting information about Ira Aldridge’s period as manager of the Coventry Theatre (Letters, August 17). As Bernth Lindfors revealed in...

The King’s Head is surely the most illustrious pub theatre, but is it the first since Shakespearean times (‘First pub theatre to quit historic...

With reference to your Editor’s View ‘Don’t kick the Arts Council for funding Emma Rice’, did Wise Children apply at the normal application deadline? Funding...

In response to Barrie Rutter’s opinion piece about leaving Northern Broadsides (‘It’s been a grand 25 years, but the Arts Council did for me’,...

In the past 18 months, 169 writers have debuted their work at Theatre503, along with three West End transfers, an Olivier award and two...

This letter is in reply to a letter published by The Stage by multiple signatories, questioning the lack of women in the Hampstead Theatre's...

Hampstead Theatre artistic director Edward Hall has sent a response to this letter to The Stage. Read his letter on our website now In the Hampstead...

Where are the women writers at the Hampstead Theatre? In the Hampstead Theatre’s 2017 autumn season there are no plays written by women in your programme. Why...
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