Theatre hard to find for outsiders
With Curve theatre hidden out of sight, it makes you think how many people, especially outsiders, travelling by car find it difficult to find Rutland Street car park.
From a southerly direction, if they know the route, they will go via Charles Street, Rutland Street, Wigston Street and into Halford Street.
From the east, if familiar with the area, they will turn left into Yeoman Street off Humberstone Gate.
Missing this turn will mean turning left at Charles Street and left into Yeoman Lane, then right into Yeoman Street.
From the north it is via St Matthew's Way and right into Humberstone Road or left to Jubilee Street, off Belgrave Gate into Fleet Street, right to Wharf Street, then right to Humberstone Gate to access Yeoman Street because Charles Street is no entry for cars.
From the west it is an arduous journey via St Nicholas Circle, Southgates, Newarke Street, Welford Road, Mill Street, Duke Street, Regent Road, Waterloo Way, London Road, Charles Street, Rutland Street, Wigston Street and Halford Street, due to High Street and Humberstone Gate being closed to vehicles.
Curve's location is like concealing a hidden gem. It should be in a centralised position in the city centre, displaying its credibility and more accessible for pedestrians and transport.
But the council's intention was to rejuvenate the Cultural Quarter, despite its modern architecture not blending with neighbouring structures.
Mr B Henze, Leicester.