Ministry of Sound Classical has announced a live event.
Amid the changing regulatory landscape as the music industry navigates the coronavirus pandemic, the Ministry of Sound Classical orchestra has announced a socially-distanced concert, scheduled to take place in February next year.
Taking place at The London Palladium Friday 21st February 2021, the event will be hosted by legendary DJ Brandon Block, who'll also perform alongside a handful of guests set to be announced in the coming months.
English record stores have shared plans for trading during lockdown.
Following the start of the UK's national second lockdown, which came into force midnight last night (5th November), a number of record stores have outlined their plans to keep trading throughout the current closure of physical, non-essential shops.
A 1,000-person rave in East London was closed down by police during Halloween weekend according to East London Advertiser, just one of several raids to take place at events in the capital that breached coronavirus regulations.
London’s fabric has been awarded over £1 million from the Arts Council's Culture Recovery Fund.
Following the first waves of recepients announced for the UK's Culture Recovery Fund, which included the likes of NTS, Peckham's Rye Wax, Columbo group — the parent company of London clubs XOYO and Phonox — and Manchester's YES, fabric nightclub announced that the team had been successful in their application for the CRF.
GAIKA's new project addresses London members' club and homelessness charity The House Of St Barnabas' links to slavery.
Corsica Studios has launched a fundraising competition.
Previously serving as a karate dojo, dry cleaners and gambling den, beloved South London nightclub, Corsica Studios, is the latest club to suffer the impact of the COVID-19, after remaining closed to the public since March.