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Hundreds march for 'forgotten' live event workers

Hundreds march for ‘forgotten’ live event workers

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Hundreds march for ‘forgotten’ live event workers

Music venues, theatres and their workforces have taken part in a protest to highlight the crisis facing the live events scene.  This is as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

More than 300 venues including London’s National Theatre and Royal Festival Hall turned their lights red as part of the Red Alert campaign.

Similar protests took place in other cities. The Mac in Belfast, the Blackwood Miners’ Institute in south Wales, the Aberdeen Arts Centre and the Britannia Panopticon Music Hall in Glasgow were among the other venues that were due to be lit up in red.

Virtually all UK venues have been closed for five months, putting many at risk.

video: BBC

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