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BLOG: Is Culture the New Petrol?

1 month ago   |   By Liverpool Express

Challenges with staffing, suppliers, delays in deliveries and legislation run the risk of turning culture and events into the next industry hit by post pandemic pandemonium. Director of Culture Liverpool, Claire McColgan, reflects on a busy week for events in the city and praises a resilient, but weakened, sector.
In Spring, Liverpool was at the centre of the Event Research Programme - the Government initiative to explore the possibility of major events returning safely as we started to get to grips with covid-19.
Looking back just a few short months and it seems almost quaint to think...
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