They want people to donate £100 each to help pay new writers. It seems sad that audiences are having to fund this great city institution to the tune of £25,000.
I am sure cuts to arts funding mean it's the only answer. But anything that keeps this enjoyable afternoon out going is a winner.
It's a great way of introducing people to theatre –and the pies at the Byres Road venue are pretty good too.
I TOTALLY agree with John Bell (Letters, Friday) regarding transplants.
My husband received a double lung transplant when he was 56 in 1996.
The donor saved another six people's lives that night. We will be eternally grateful to the donor and family for the gift of life.
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I WAS really relieved to read that the final bit of demolition has taken place at the old Co-op building and Morrison Road is now open.
But as well as making it easier to get to work, it got me thinking that there have been quite a few big fires in Glasgow recently.
Those combined with the buildings which seem to be falling down made me think that maybe somebody needs to start looking after Glasgow's historic architecture.
Surely it's not right that we let so many of the structures which have stood for such a long time, simply disappear.
It's time the council took a hand in it, instead of constantly deferring to landlords who don't seem to care.
I'M sick of being crammed on a two-carriage train by ScotRail.
It's dangerous and out of order considering the rise in prices this year.
I wouldn't mind if the increase had meant a better service, but that has not happened.