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Stamford Shakespeare Company's outdoor theatre at Tolethorpe Hall is saved

A theatre threatened with closure because of the effects of the coronavirus pandemic has been saved.

Stamford Shakespeare Company, which has an outdoor theatre at Tolethorpe Hall, needed at least £240,000 to cover its costs after this year’s performances were cancelled.

An appeal was launched through the Rutland and Stamford Mercury at the end of August to raise the money, the equivalent to two-thirds of the theatre’s annual income from ticket sales.

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