Edinburgh Fringe faces the future: why a 2021 cancellation would be a ‘national tragedy’

Looming on the horizon is a huge decision for the arts industry: whether or not to proceed with an in-person Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2021. The world’s largest arts festival, which in 2018 featured more than 55,000 performances of 3,548 shows in 317 venues, it’s a vital part of the ecosystem and a reliable springboard for talent such as Phoebe Waller-Bridge, the League of Gentlemen, and Graham Norton. But can it be managed in Covid times?

Read my full Telegraph article here

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