Julian Caddy: 'There’s an enormous sense of loss. It came to an end so quickly'
Two months before opening, Brighton Fringe was forced to cancel all 5,000 of its scheduled performances due to the coronavirus pandemic. The event’s chief executive Julian Caddy tells Tom Wicker about the financial and emotional costs of the virus and what he believes the future holds for the festival
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