Sunday, May 22

They were hit hard, but were given extra lucrative arrangements. It gave them record high profitability, new figures show.

Was it right to give cultural life better support schemes? Even the Cultural Council, which has distributed the money, is uncertain.

Large parts of the pandemic have had concerts almost without spectators. The picture is from the Park Theater this autumn.

The industries that make a living from gathering or moving people are hardest hit by the corona. It has cost them a lot.

The state has lined up with help for everyone. In addition, cultural life has received special treatment. Their income has plummeted. But the good help has made the companies in the cultural life record profitable, figures from the analysis company Dun and Bradstreet show.

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