Facts: how opera is funded in England

Facts: how opera is funded in England

Rising concern about Arts Cancel England (ACE) has prompted librarians at the House of Lords to prepare a really useful couple of charts on how opera has been centrally funded over the past eight years.

Among striking statistics:
– Welsh National Opera has lost just over half of its funding
– The Royal Opera House is down one-third
– The National Opera Studio has been stripped of one-quarter of its support
– Birmingham Opera Company is up 80 percent.

See here.

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