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The government is giving money to entertainment and art venues that have not been allowed to open during the coronavirus pandemic, so who is on the list?

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Exclusive figures seen by Politics London show that only 18% of the funding allocated to London from the government's Cultural Recovery Fund has gone to Outer London. Helen Price reports. HelenRPrice | politicslondon |

The government is giving money to entertainment and art venues that have not been allowed to open during the coronavirus pandemic, so who is on the list?

PA MediaThe Culture Recovery Fund is designed to give money to entertainment and art venues who have been unable to open during lockdownsThe government are giving entertainment and art venues funds to help them continue to stay open after the pandemic, as part of the £400 million Culture Recovery Fund.

2,700 English culture and heritage venues have been selected to share the funds, with cinemas, theatres, art galleries and even music festival Glastonbury being selected.Glastonbury festival organiser Emily Eavis said the money would"make a huge difference in helping to secure our future".

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