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LETTERS

I was on the point of writing a riposte to Rufus Norris’ ‘reasons to be cheerful’ , when I crossed the page and saw...

Lyn Gardner hits the proverbial nail on the acting profession’s head. Sadly, all too often, the aspiring but under-represented performer or technician crashes through...

May I fully support David Wood and his letter in last week’s The Stage, saying that children should see live theatre from an early...

If Arts Council England wants to attract more working-class folk towards theatre careers, what better way than to support professional children’s theatre properly and...

I agree wholeheartedly with Lyn Gardner about the importance of opportunities for everyone to participate and learn. The educational work of the Royal Shakespeare Company...

As a disabled actor and presenter, I have found it hard over the years to join Spotlight. However, because of changes to legislation such as...

As a corollary to Lyn Gardner’s excellent observation that ‘theatre needs more late starters’, it is alarming to see most university jobs for teaching...

I write in response to a letter on the name of the National Theatre. The conferring of the prefix ‘Royal’ on the National Theatre was...

I couldn’t agree more with Michele Taylor’s views (Letters, November 14, p6) on how digital tickets could exclude disabled people from visiting theatres. Broadband access...

Your front page article on October 31 described how venues and companies are exploring paperless ticketing options. While we welcome this response to the...

Not everyone has a smartphone, so tickets have to be printed on to an A4 sheet (‘Paperless tickets are the future, so why aren’t...

Next February, the curtain will rise on a stage adaptation of Back to the Future. The project has been cast, a score composed and...
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