The arts industries made it known catastrophe lay ahead unless Coronavirus package came from the government. A £1.57 billion package is announced.
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden published the Government “roadmap to re-opening English theatres”. All we have is a bit of scribble, with no funding and no timings.
The Theatre Royal Plymouth has confirmed that more that 100 jobs are at risk as the theatre struggles to survive in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Andrew Lloyd Webber is using the London Palladium as a test site to try out various COVID-19 prevention measures in the hope of getting theatres open again.
Producer Cameron Mackintosh today announced that Les Miserables, Mary Poppins, The Phantom and Hamilton will not return to the West End until 2021.
Theatrical charity Acting For Others has announced that over £600,000 has been raised across 14 member charities to support theatre workers affected by COVID-19.
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The Society Of London Theatres has extended London theatre closures due to COVID-19 until 2 August 2020. Check out the latest info.
The RSC (Royal Shakespeare Company) updates production plans for 2020 in both Stratford and London due to COVID-19 pandemic.