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LETTERS

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...

Les Miserables production row I disagree with Lyn Gardner (‘We can cherish beloved shows, but let’s not resist change’, Comment, January 17, p7). If we want...

I join Mark Shenton in celebrating the fact that four London theatres now have people of colour as artistic directors (‘New leaders usher in...

In response to the article about the investigation into the social background of theatre directors (News, January 3), I would like to report that,...

What a battle – and a nasty one (‘Only Fools: feud over dinner rivals escalates’, News, December 13, p1). Interactive Theatre International claims it is...

If audiences and casts won’t come to the regions (‘Regional bosses: We lose stars to London and Netflix’, News, December 6, p1), perhaps regional...

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...
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