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Sound City Ipswich are pleased to announce an exclusive discount offer for MU members on Sound City Ipswich festival tickets.


BAPAM have launched an innovative new series of workshops in Belfast, covering a range of performance issues – from mental health to injury prevention and vocal health.


The aim is to make London a city where all women feel confident and welcome at night.


Because of a trademark registration – which happened in 2015 without the consent or knowledge of the band – the original Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band are no longer able to record an album or perform a concert under their own name.


National Lottery Community Fund applications have been made easier. Organisations can now submit their idea through a website form, structured around six main questions.


A new partnership between BAPAM and Liverpool Philharmonic is now providing free Performing Arts Medicine Clinics at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.


The Musicians’ Union (MU) welcomes Arts Council England’s (ACE) announcement of a new ring-fenced budget to support projects hosting and promoting live music in grassroots venues.


Scottish duo The Eves, Caroline Gilmour and Marissa Keltie , talk through their reasons for joining the Musicians’ Union (MU) and why it’s benefited them.