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At Sadler's Wells bad times mean nudity and horses on stage

At Sadler's Wells bad times mean nudity and horses on stage

2011 season launched with a warning of the shrinking future

Sadler’s Wells launched their 2011 season this morning with a warning that the front-loading of arts cuts to the next two years will cut a swathe through the British arts landscape.

Sadler’s Wells has a subsidy of £3.60 per head, as opposed to the Royal Opera House’s £38.50 per head

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