By Chloe Laversuch at Minster FM.
The theatre say they’ve suffered “unsustainable losses” from it’s recent seasons in York and at Blenheim Palace.
THE closure of Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre, which has gone into liquidation, “will be a loss” for York.
Organisations have reacted with sorrow to news that the theatre – which was run by Lunchbox Productions – suffered “unsustainable losses” from its recent seasons in York and at Blenheim Palace.
Andrew Lowson, director of York BID (business improvement district), said it is sad for staff who have worked for the company.
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