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LETTERS

Your article highlighting the under-representation of disabled students in UK drama schools makes a number of valid and timely points. However, it fails to reflect...

I was extremely disappointed by your column (Editor’s View: ‘Ramin Gray case underlines challenge of balancing fairness and transparency’, July 5, p6). Gray’s board have...

The report ‘Collapse of Millie tour prompts warning over ‘ropey’ contracts’ (News, June 28, p1) outlines a problem with contracts for artists and also...

Is it acceptable that producers are casting shows under the title The Best of the West End – at the Royal Albert Hall on...

The report quoted in The Stage article ‘Arts degrees offer worst earning potential, Institute for Fiscal Studies claims’ mentions some potentially alarming figures for...

The headline ‘Record slump in regional theatre audiences’ (June 7, p1) , reporting UK Theatre’s sales data for 2017, was misleading. It is far too...

One can understand Douglas Eaton’s critique of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama’s move to scrap grading for first-year students to mitigate...

I have a feeling that arguments about diversity will be with us for some time to come, but perhaps all of this needs to...

This is not a debate that can be easily settled. Training institutions find themselves the meat in a decidedly awkward sandwich. On the one...

We, the undersigned, gather that, after nearly 23 years, the Guardian is not renewing Lyn Gardner’s contract as a theatre critic (News, May 10). We...

I don’t have much patience with Mark Rylance’s doubts about the authorship of Shakespeare’s plays, nor any insight into where these doubts come from...

Lyn Gardner is right to point out (‘We have a Shakespeare problem’, April 26) that for people growing up in the UK, Shakespeare can...
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