Scottish culture gets £97 million rescue package from UK Government

Scotland’s crisis-hit arts and culture sector has been handed a £97 million rescue deal from the UK Government.

Holyrood’s share of a £1.57 billion package for theatres, concert venues, museums and galleries to help them survive the coronavirus crisis.

The funding was confirmed in the wake of growing pressure on the UK Government from leading figures in the cultural world amid warnings that social distancing regulations would force venues to remain closed well into 2021.

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