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COVID-19’s potential impact on Fringe

Posted on: Wed 12 Aug 2020

The nation is keeping up to date on COVID-19 breaking news to keep up to date on how it’s developing and while we wait most of the major events have been put on hold during the pandemic, but future events like the Adelaide Fringe Festival could be in a bit of a grey area if the situation gets worse.

Radio Adelaide’s Jack Padley speaks with Daniel Michael, owner and operator of the Gluttony venue elaborates more on what the pandemic could mean for all people involved with the Fringe in the new year, not just for artists and venue owners.

Produced by Jack Padley
Image sourced from Wikimedia Commons


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