Saturday June 6, 2020

Do you remember the last time?

What were the very last public arts activities you took part in before the Covid-19 restrictions kicked in – and did they bring you satisfaction? We ask Business Post arts writers about their last times before quarantine, and whether they were everything they’d hoped

12th April, 2020
1917, directed by Sam Mendes


It’s hard now not to look back with a deep sense of regret about all the wonderful things I could have gone to – the gigs I could have watched! The festivals I could have attended! The restaurants I could have eaten in! – in the precious weeks before governmental restrictions meant that, for our own safety, we had to beat a path indoors and stay there. Luckily, in...

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