British Theatres Are Reeling From The Losses They Took Over Christmas Panto Season


The performances cancelled and ticket prices refunded when performers caught COVID and had to isolate, along with, when the show did go on, the audience capacity restrictions reintroduced as omicron spread, turned the shows theatres count on as cash cows into money pits. – The Guardian


Tags: Art, Theatre

Source:  https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2022/jan/14/dames-in-distress-britains-theatres-count-cost-of-christmas-wrecked-by-covid#new_tab




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