Covid-19’s effect on theatres will last yrs and will be worsened by cancelled pantomimes, an arts manager has warned.
Pantomime rehearsals generally start off in August, but most venues have known as them off.
South Wales cultural manager Richard Hughes mentioned “buyer self-assurance” would dictate the pace of reopening up coming calendar year.
The standard panto makes substantial income for theatres, who use the money to subsidise other performances.
Though venues such as Cardiff’s New Theatre, Mold’s Theatr Clwyd and Newport’s Riverfront have