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FACED with the cancellation of the whole of its programme of live performances across the county, Dorset’s touring arts charity Artsreach in its 30th anniversary year has launched on online ‘Digital Diary’ on its website where podcasts, performances and shows by artists and theatre companies can be viewed online.

The Artsreach staff team and Board of Trustees have had to make some difficult decisions in the current situation, and are continuing to monitor the situation relating to the Coronavirus pandemic, listening to Government and Public Health advice and planning accordingly.

As the impact of the pandemic on the country unfolds, the team is continuing to work remotely and explore how best to support artists and communities now and in the future, and is grateful for the support given by principal funders, Arts Council England Dorset Council.

In the meantime, the digital offering on the website is being regularly updated to keep everyone ‘Culturally Connected’ with artists releasing content online.

In April they included performances from the National Theatre screened on U-tube at NT At Home, poet Luke Wright live on Twitter, a past performance of Hamlet from The Globe Theatre, and Miracle Theatre’s ‘Tin’.