Around 15,000 viewers over three days logged on to watch Rugby Live said a Council press release today.
Cllr. Jill Simpson-Vince, Rugby Borough Councils' Conservative portfolio holder for growth and investment, said in the press release, "The team at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum have worked hard to overcome the obstacles presented by the pandemic and lockdown restrictions, creating innovative online content which culminated in Rugby Live. The success of Rugby Live and the skills developed to make it happen mean the team has already started to explore a number of new ideas to complement the Art Gallery and Museum's work with unique online content."
The festival streams can be viewed on the Art Gallery and Museum's Facebook page: www.facebook.com/artsinrugby
Full Council press release.
Cllr. Simpson Vince, "Now the Art Gallery and Museum has reopened, together with the World Rugby Hall of Fame and Rugby Visitor Centre, we're delighted to be welcoming back visitors and moving closer towards 'business as usual'."