Covid-19 a year on: How have theatres fared in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland?
While all venues across the UK started closing on March 16, the devolved nations took a markedly different approach to reopening from England. Key figures from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland tell Alistair Smith how their varying public health responses to the pandemic had a knock-on effect on the way cultural institutions were able to operate
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