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.
Study on live music promoters, based on ethnographic research in Glasgow, Sheffield, and Bristol.
This research addresses the conflicting views of the health of folk music clubs using interviews with artists, agents, and folk club organisers/promoters.
A guide for owners and managers on how and why to use live music in their venues that includes practical advice and information on a range of subjects.
A basic guide to best practice which includes a list of factors to take into consideration when putting on large scale musical events.
Research study into barriers to attendance for audiences of live popular music events in Newcastle Upon Tyne, based on promoter interviews.
Recommendations by Live Music Forum to the government on how it can better promote live music.
Background to the Licensing Act of 2003, and the concerns arising from it that led to the formation of the Live Music Forum to investigate its effects.