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LETTERS

Bureaucrats have no idea of the impact of seemingly simplistic regulations (‘Theatres face £180m bill under EU lighting rules’, News, April 19). I am...

I’ve only just caught up with the debate on seat prices and access (‘Think West End tickets are overpriced? Think again’, March 29). But...

As the board of Actors Touring Company, we write in response to last week’s Editor’s View (‘Employers need to better handle harassment’, April 5). The...

I would like to reassure Barrie Stacey (Letters, February 15) that, evidenced from my many visits to drama school, conservatoire, and university stage management...

I heartily agree with your editorial ‘Give National and ENO a break’ (March 22). Thank goodness for common sense. https://www.thestage.co.uk/opinion/2018/editors-view-no-need-go-nuclear-nationals-rufus-norris-enos-daniel-kramer/ It is very easy to criticise...

I am writing to register my alarm at proposals to demolish the grade II-listed Ambassadors Theatre in London’s West End (‘Delfont Mackintosh gets green...

I am writing on behalf of Print Room at the Coronet in London, which was referenced in Alistair Smith’s Editor's View column last week. This...

I am disappointed to hear that Pauline Moran believes the recent shocking revelations of sexual harassment in the entertainment industry are “an easy bandwagon”...

Having provided theatrical digs in Norwich for more than 20 years, I hope I provide a clean and comfortable stay for actors (‘Outdated digs...

Jack Lieberman took exception to a Gentile actor playing Goldberg in The Birthday Party (Letter, February 15). I would like to point out that I...

Reading your article on summer courses (February 1) made me think of women in management such as Lena Ashwell, Lilian Baylis and Joan Littlewood,...

Regular theatregoers should boycott this outrageous increase in prices. If West End theatre, encouraged by Ticketmaster, goes the way of rock’n’roll, those of us...
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