Glitter Pantomimes of Kirkby in Ashfield, received £ 46,644, and the DH Lawrence Birthplace Museum in Eastwood received £ 25,742 from the Government Culture Recovery Fund.
Glitter Pantomimes is a set and costume rental company serving the pantomime industry for professional and amateur theaters.
The DH Lawrence Birthplace Museum is dedicated to the writer DH Lawrence. He was born there in 1885.
Across the country, more than 2,700 independent cultural, heritage and cinema organizations are supported under the nearly £ 2 billion Fund. The money is part of £ 400million in grants and loans to arts organizations.
MP Lee Anderson welcomed the news and said: ‘The past year has had a devastating impact on cultural and heritage organizations in Ashfield and Eastwood, it is fantastic news that £ 72,386 is to be provided to support these valuable organizations.
“I am delighted that as we embark on our cautious roadmap for reopening this sector, we will soon be able to take advantage of these extraordinary institutions again, and I am delighted that support is being put in place to help them thrive. . . “
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden said: “Our record-breaking Culture Recovery Fund has already helped thousands of cultural and heritage organizations across the country survive the world’s biggest crisis. which they have never faced. We stand by their side as they prepare to welcome the audience once again.
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