Menu Close

Meet the electrophone, the Victorian version of live-streaming


As the battle against COVID-19 continues to rage, the plight of Britain’s theaters, which have suffered catastrophic financial strain thanks to lockdown, continues to rumble through the arts world. Theaters were forced to close at the end of March and, with few exceptions, have remained closed since. These venues must decide whether reopening when the latest lockdown eases will be viable, thanks to the very real prospect of continuing social distancing measures which make live performance almost impossible. Even after the UK came all too briefly out of lockdown in the summer, ticket sales were limited and profits down. Now,…

This story continues at The Next Web

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *