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“U.K. Theatres Face Losses As Panto Season Axed”

The Stage/Aug. 11, 2020 by Matthew Hemley


“Theatres are entering a critical stage in their fight for survival, with the cancellation of the 2020/21 pantomime season expected to cost the industry more than £90 million in lost revenue.


Venues have revealed the severe box office losses they will suffer without pantos in their schedule. Some have said that their annual pantomimes can provide almost 50% of their…” READ MORE


KEY TAKEAWAY: Loss of holiday cash cow further threatens theatre ledgers.


https://www.thestage.co.uk/news/uk-theatre-faces-90-million-losses-as-panto-season-is-axed


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