Published: 21:04, 29 June 2020
| Updated: 21:45, 29 June 2020
Government advice on theatres' reopening is too vague, and could see some locations close, according to an expert.
Dermot O'Brien, a senior lecturer from the School of Arts a the University of Kent wants more advice on how and when playhouses can welcome audiences back.
Ollie Collins reports
He fears that sites could be closed past pantomime period, a time which is often most lucrative for theatres.
Mr O'Brien spoke to KMTV about what is needed to help theatres get open and stay operational.
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