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"The failure of the UK Government to recognise the devastating impact of their actions on this sector is a tragedy for UK Culture"

Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) have warned that nightclubs are on the brink of “extinction” in the UK.

Speaking in a new statement about nigtclubs...

“No tangible scientific evidence to merit a full closure of hospitality and entertainment sectors”, says Greater Manchester night-time economy adviser Sacha Lord

Senior figures working in the Greater Manchester night time industry have prepared a legal challenge to local lockdown restrictions.

The UK government on Monday (12th)...

NTIA in talks with London's Mayor to appoint a protector for night time economy 

The Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) will embark on a series of talks with the Mayor's Office at City Hall to appoint a "Night Time...

The relationship between dance music and British politics has often been fraught and confrontational. But in the last five years, promoters and politicians have started...

Ever since the late 1980s, UK dance music’s interactions with politicians, police officers and mainstream public opinion have been defined by suspicion, misunderstanding or outright...

The NTIA has said that vaccine passports will create "more barriers to businesses, and potential conflict between staff and customers"

The Nighttime Industries Association (NTIA) has said that vaccine passports for UK clubs is an “unworkable” option, in a new statement from CEO Michael Kill.

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Chancellor Rishi Sunak's latest spending review includes a 50% discount on business rates for music venues, but some believe it doesn't go far enough

Chancellor Rishi Sunak yesterday (October 27th) announced his latest spending review on behalf of the UK Government, setting out the economic agenda for the coming...

“This announcement by the Government has led us to believe that they are intentionally aiming to collapse our sector"

The Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) has accused the UK government of intentionally destroying the live music and entertainment sector with new regulations.

Last week...

The #WeMakeEvents march coincides with a country-wide ‘Red Alert’ day where venues will light up in unison

Music industry workers marched in Manchester today (11th August), calling on the government to provide for employees in the touring and festival events sectors.

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Mayor Of London, Alan Miller, Alex Proud, fabric HQ & more respond to club’s revocation...

The Mayor Of London, Sadiq Khan, has issued a statement about the closure of Fabric.

“London’s iconic clubs are an essential part of our...

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Music industry organisations are calling on the UK's new Prime Minister, Liz Truss, to take steps to help businesses with the mounting energy crisis. 


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UK energy crisis poses “grave risk” to clubs and nightlife industry, open letter to government declares

The UK's nightlife and hospitality industries are urging the government to act in the face of rising energy costs and the "grave risk" to the...

The NTIA has said that it will push for further support should there be any delay to the current plans

With rumours gathering pace that the UK government may delay the full relaxation of social distancing measures currently planned for June 21st, the Night Time...

40 of London’s most iconic nightclubs and venues have been photographed during lockdown

A London club photography project titled Let Us Dance has been launched to raise awareness of the impact COVID-19 has had on the nightlife industry, and...

130 clubs, bars and venues responded to a survey by the Night Time Industries Association

Responses to a new survey by the Night Time Industries Association indicate that many UK clubs, bars and music venues are wary of reopening while...

The news follows a warning from the Night Time Industries Association that the UK Hospitality and Events industries may lose up to one million jobs...

£330bn is to be made available to support UK businesses affected by the global coronavirus outbreak.

As part of a daily press conference, the Chancellor of...