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LETTERS

I feel for these two writers. It is a nasty position to be put in and creatively deflating. The love, passion and time they...

Selladoor’s plans to launch its new south London venue are being presented as a done deal, but there has been no public consultation and...

It’s taken Mark Cornell three years to realise: “Theatres need to look to cinemas to improve audience comfort”, arguing theatregoers are enduring “seats designed...

I welcome positive changes to the Equity agreement. But I’d still like to see a change in the unfair tier structure in payments for...

Reviewers are supposed to be employees of the publisher. Mumble is using the writers’ work to get traffic, which is monetisable. It’s incredible how...

It was interesting to read about the performer sleeping under the bridge last week, but unfortunately for some of us closer to that particular...

If immersive theatre is a threat to the actors, I have an idea: why not try putting it in a big room, getting a...

I work as a technician in a prominent regional receiving house. Of the 12 shows (excluding musicals) we have so far hosted this season,...

As a female working in a largely male environment, I was struck with such a sense of empowerment and pride reading Paule Constable’s article...

Walking out of the National Theatre's Tartuffe recently, I felt a vague sense of discomfort. It was because one of the play’s longest jokes...

In his speech reported on your front page (April 11), Arts Council England’s Simon Mellor declares that “relevance” will be “the new litmus test”...

With reference to your article 'Arts Council: Relevance not excellence will be new litmus test for funding', while I’m pleased to see my speech...
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