Ep. 82: Reopening London’s West End

Although live performances at the National Theatre are scheduled to resume later this month, and a handful of other productions, including Six, The Play that Goes Wrong, and Everybody’s Talking About Jaimie, are scheduled to reopen in November, many of the larger productions in London’s West End will stay closed until January. Hear what Luca Molinari, a theatre blogger based in the United Kingdom (London Theatre Reviews), has to say about the “cultural catastrophe” caused by COVID-19.

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