London’s Old Vic calls for information after Kevin Spacey allegations

London (CNN)A London theater where Kevin Spacey was imaginative executive for a long time welcomed individuals to get in touch with them secretly with any grievances on Tuesday, in the midst of a developing clamor over a rape claim against the American performer.

“On the off chance that you have been associated with The Old Vic or in our work and feel you have a protestation that you were not able raise, please get in touch with us,” The Old Vic Theater said in an announcement Tuesday.

The venue has delegated outer guides “to enable us to manage any data got.” A representative for the setting told the UK’s Press Association prior Tuesday that no protests had been made against Spacey amid his residency or since his takeoff. Performing artist Anthony Rapp blamed Spacey for making a lewd gesture towards him in 1986 in New York when he was only 14, Buzzfeed gave an account of Sunday. Spacey has been broadly condemned for his ensuing expression of remorse, which incorporated an announcement uncovering that he is gay.

Kevin Spacey was respected for his residency as masterful chief at The Old Vic Theater at an affair festivity in April 2015. Kevin Spacey was respected for his residency as aesthetic executive at The Old Vic Theater at a function festivity in April 2015.Spacey said he didn’t recollect the experience, however was “past stunned” by the charge.”I owe him the sincerest expression of remorse for what might have been profoundly wrong tipsy conduct,” he said in an announcement presented on Twitter.

London's Old Vic calls for information after Kevin Spacey allegations

The “Place of Cards” star has spent quite a bit of his acting profession in the theater, and was aesthetic chief at The Old Vic until 2015. “We are profoundly disheartened to hear the assertions collected against Kevin Spacey,” the theater’s announcement said. “Wrong conduct by anybody working at The Old Vic is totally unsuitable.”

Addressing the Today program on BBC Radio 4 on Monday, Victoria Featherstone, creative executive at London’s Royal Court Theater, respected the talks that are currently occurring inside the theater business – and all the more extensively – with respect to misuse of energy.

“It’s an opening of the conduits and it’s an essential minute for every one of us,” she said.

“We have a culture crosswise over society which has acknowledged this … it’s somewhere down in our DNA to acknowledge these practices. What’s more, it’s just now that we’re finding the vocabularies and the certainty and the way to have these discussions,” she included.

Featherstone has been instrumental in drafting a “code of conduct” that will apply to all staff working at the Royal Court Theater, which will be distributed not long from now.