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MU Coronavirus Response in Commercial Theatre by Jim Fleeman

Introduction When coronavirus forced theatres to close their doors in March 2020 it put the industry, like so many others, into confusion, panic and disarray. At the time it was recognised that the coronavirus was indiscriminate in its reach, and the challenge to industry leaders was in marrying concerns for their businesses with those ofContinue reading “MU Coronavirus Response in Commercial Theatre by Jim Fleeman”

European Touring – is this the end for UK Musicians?

By Gabriel Dyker, Violinist and former Player Chair CBSO As more parts of the Brexit deal emerge more fundamental problems are coming to light for many industries. Perhaps the biggest for musicians is the question of European touring, a cultural highlight, financial gain, crucial visibility for ourselves and the areas we represent, and an important exportContinue reading “European Touring – is this the end for UK Musicians?”

Johnson’s Brexit Deal Car Crash Threatens The Livelihood Of Musicians

By Roberta Noonan Over the Christmas break, we are seeing the slow car crash unfold that is Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal. From Johnson’s triumphalism at his so called last minute deal ‘success’, it is now clear the weaknesses are emerging as experts unpick it. For musicians, the problems are all too clear. There is noContinue reading “Johnson’s Brexit Deal Car Crash Threatens The Livelihood Of Musicians”

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