British theatres face re-opening post-lockdown, some with no insurance

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With lockdown unwinding, British theatres were given the go ahead to reopen on the 11 July for outdoor performances, but many are struggling to find insurance.

As the UK unwinds from lockdown, British theatres face the prospect of reopening for outdoor performances and having to work without insurance, as well as having to rethink business continuity plans and accommodate new risks. 

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