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We ask for your postcode to know where voices are loudest. It also helps your Council to know you are a local voter.

Your data will be held by the TMA, a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting UK theatre. It will only be used to keep you in touch with the campaign and will not be passed to any third party.

By joining, you are confirming that you have read, understood and agreed to be bound by the My Theatre Matters! Terms & Conditions and agree to be contacted in accordance with the My Theatre Matters! Privacy Policy.

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Alan Ayckbourn

A community which is blessed with a theatre should treasure it. For every time there is a live performance something unique occurs, something new is born, performed purely for that occasion. And simply through our being there, magic happens, reminding us through joy or tears what it means to be human. And afterwards when that fleeting moment’s gone forever you often look back and say, thank God I was there to share in it!