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LETTERS

In light of reports and allegations across our industry on sexual harassment and unacceptable behaviour, we welcome the contents of the code of behaviour...

I read with interest your Editor’s View on employment practices (‘All theatre workers need HR support’, November 2, p6). Speaking from experience, human relations staff...

In response to last week’s front-page story about the planned closure of Harkers in south-east London (Final curtain for historic scene-painting studio, October 26),...

Following Erica Whyman’s piece (‘In the wake of Weinstein, we must get our own house in order’, October 19), what about increasing the number...

As your online story observed (‘Theatre staff celebrate International Stage Management Day 2017’, thestage.co.uk, October 10), our annual celebration of stage managers has become...

In response to Lyn Gardner’s column on why theatre must engage with all communities (‘What has theatre done for white van man lately?’, Comment,...

Compared with science, the arts have plenty of airtime on BBC TV and radio (‘BBC sneers when it should support’, Comment, September 28) –...

I talked to the Radio Times quite widely about theatre and the plays I love – and about music and film and art (‘Front...

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....
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