An Act of Parliament that removes some of the red tape imposed by the Licensing Act of 2003 and eases restrictions on the provision of live music.
Analysis of the impact of the 2003 Licensing Act on the provision of Live Music in the UK.
Using case studies from Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, this paper shows the specific problems confronting live music, with regard to policy and implementation.
Initial findings and reflections upon the impact of live music on music policy.
Recommendations by Live Music Forum to the government on how it can better promote live music.
Report on the first two years of the Scottish Government’s direct funding relationship with Scotland’s five National Performing Companies.
Report that investigates the problems of negotiating economic and cultural understandings of value.
Report attempting to detail of changes to the live music sector between 2005 and 2009, following the Licensing Act 2003.
Report, including committee minutes along with oral and written evidence, on the matter of ‘ticket touting’, i.e. the secondary market.
The Live Music Forum’s analysis of the impact of the Licensing Act 2003 on the provision of live music in England and Wales.