170,000 jobs lost in live music industry before end of 2020 as revenue falls by 80%
‘RED ALERT’ ISSUED FROM HISTORIC TOWN HALL AS BIRMINGHAM MUSIC CHARITY JOIN THE #LIGHTITINRED CAMPAIGNOn Wednesday 30 September, Birmingham’s Town Hall was lit red at 8PM as part of the #LightItInRed campaign, to symbolise the current danger that over one million people in the live events industry face.
New music on the theme of racism, individual and systemic, announced todayToday three more Black Birmingham musicians have been announced to continue the development of this essential series of work.
Win a harmonica and start playing at homeTown Hall Symphony Hall will be sharing short bursts of song and the stories of the musicians behind the mouth organ on IG:TV in the coming weeks.
The show must go on-lineThe music charity responsible for Town Hall and Symphony Hall have today announced a new season of online activities.
World record breaking beatboxer SK Shlomo zooms into Birmingham school
A statement from the music charity responsible for Town Hall and Symphony HallIt is with great sadness that Town Hall and Symphony Hall have entered a period of redundancy consultation, following an extended period of closure as a result of the global coronavirus pandemic.
Live music stars in plea for Government help for £4.5bn sectorStars from the Uk’s live music sector, alongside thousands of crew and venues, are today issuing an urgent plea for support from the UK Government during what would have been the UK’s world-famous festival season.
Keeping the volume turned up on Black Birmingham artists
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