Matt Smith and Claire Foy during a socially distanced dress rehearsal of Lungs, currently streaming from The Old Vic Theatre in London. Photo: Getty ImagesMatt Smith and Claire Foy during a socially distanced dress rehearsal of Lungs, currently streaming from The Old Vic Theatre in London. Photo: Getty Images
Matt Smith and Claire Foy during a socially distanced dress rehearsal of Lungs, currently streaming from The Old Vic Theatre in London. Photo: Getty Images

Streaming has helped theatres amid Covid-19 lockdowns, but will they cut their own throats with too many productions?

  • Streamed theatrical productions have become popular during the Covid-19 lockdown, some attracting millions of viewers
  • With theatres worried about surviving the year, streaming could still be the answer, although some worry too much of it could kill them off
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Matt Smith and Claire Foy during a socially distanced dress rehearsal of Lungs, currently streaming from The Old Vic Theatre in London. Photo: Getty ImagesMatt Smith and Claire Foy during a socially distanced dress rehearsal of Lungs, currently streaming from The Old Vic Theatre in London. Photo: Getty Images
Matt Smith and Claire Foy during a socially distanced dress rehearsal of Lungs, currently streaming from The Old Vic Theatre in London. Photo: Getty Images
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