Corrections and clarifications

Corrections and clarifications column editor

• Walkers setting out from Porthmeor beach in St Ives, Cornwall, on the Zennor walk included in a feature in last Saturday’s Travel section (Spring in your steps, 18 March, page 4) should head west on the coast path, not east as we said because of an editing error. A reader also queried the location of Treen given for the Gurnard’s Head, the pub suggested as a lunch stop on the walk. To clarify: it is in the hamlet of Treen, near Zennor, not to be confused with the larger village of Treen about 10 miles away as the crow flies.

• In an interview with Madani Younis, artistic director of the Bush theatre (‘I want to provoke culture’, 18 March, page 25), we said he was the “first non-white director of any London theatre”; though he has frequently been described in those and similar terms, other theatres in the capital, including the Arcola in Dalston and the venue run by Tara Arts in Earlsfield, had non-white directors before Younis’s appointment at the Bush in 2012.

• A picture accompanying a piece looking forward to next month’s Champions League quarter-final matches was not of the footballer Paulo Dybala, as the caption said. It was of his Juventus team-mate Marko Pjaca (Who has the edge?, 18 March, page 7, Sport).

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