Cinema is not easy to recover from a pandemic. Because of locking, and limiting social distance, which cannot be taken lightly, theater companies will not open in the near future.
During the initial pandemic stage, to the lockout stage, ticket sales dropped dramatically, causing many theater companies to suffer. Nuffield Southampton Theaters, a company that has been running successfully for 50 years, and controls two venues, will now be permanently closed.
Because the art of theater production is part of British culture, the British government has sent packages to try and help save as much theater as possible for future generations, however, even with the help of the British Government, many places have no choice but to shutdown.
Theater is not always protected and filled with people; therefore this period will be more difficult for many theater companies to recover, because they have no income.
Due to the uncertainty of the global pandemic, the government did not know when the theater could be reopened, therefore the theater company stalled without work until further notice.
Most theaters are built in ancient buildings, where there are narrow aisles, narrow public spaces, and chairs are lined up together. So finance is only one problem, but with the social distance and precautions people will take after the pandemic, opens up other issues that theater companies must consider.
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