Pompey Politics Podcast: Is Portsmouth’s Art Suffering?

Pompey’s favourite party political podcast returns with hosts Ian ‘Tiny’ Morris and Simon Sansbury. In this week’s episode, Ian and Simon welcome Geoff Priestley, General Manager of The Wedgewood Rooms and Richard Stride, founder of Groundlings Theatre Company, to talk about how the arts are dealing with the lockdown and what the future might hold. 

Are we suffering for our art?

Join us as we get all arty and welcome Richard Stride & Geoff Priestley onto the show to hear about how Portsmouth arts & culture venues are coping in a COVID city.

Posted by Pompey Politics Podcast on Sunday, 31 May 2020

Ian and Simon apologise for technical issues with this episode.

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