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Wiltshire Music Centre: Spring/Summer 2021 listings

Wiltshire Music Centre has announced its Spring/Summer 2021 programme that contains something for all music fans. LIVESTREAM: BELSHAZZAR’S FEASTSAT 8 MAY 7.30PMAvailable to Watch Again until Wednesday 12 May An exclusive online evening of musical treats and witty conversation. One of the best-loved duos in folk music, previous BBC Folk Awards Best Duo nominees Belshazzar’s … Continue reading

Wiltshire Creative going outdoors

Celebrate the return of live performance from hip-hop to playful puppetry in the beautiful surroundings of Salisbury and Salisbury Cathedral Close during Wiltshire Creative’s City Encounters May Bank holiday weekend, Sunday 30 – Monday 31 May With limited tickets we encourage you to book your FREE tickets early to avoid disappointment as there really is … Continue reading

Job: Wiltshire Music Centre – Marketing Assistant

Wiltshire Music Centre (WMC) is offering an exceptional opportunity to join its vibrant team as Marketing Assistant. This part-time (30 hours a week) role sits at the heart of WMC’s ambitious business plan, delivering key audience development and marketing initiatives to raise the profile of the organisation and support increased income generation. This role requires … Continue reading

Job: Theatre Royal Plymouth – Chief Executive

The Theatre Royal in Plymouth presents a broad range of theatre, from both the commercial and the subsidised sectors, across our three auditoria (ranging from 50 – 1,300 capacity). They specialise in the production of new plays and are the starting place of many large-scale productions bound for the West End and touring.  They deliver … Continue reading

New charges for using music

PRS for Music, which collects and distributes royalties on behalf of songwriters, composers and music publishers, has implemented a tariff for streaming live events that rises in line with profits: licences for events earning less than £250 will cost £22.50, while an online event turning over between £251 and £500 revenue costs £45 to licence. … Continue reading

Arts Council Digital Cultural Network

The Arts Council England’s Digital Culture Network is here to develop your organisation’s digital skills and explore the benefits of technology. They provide specialist support in digital strategy, digital marketing, social media, eCommerce, data analytics and insight, search engine marketing, websites, content creation, CRM and ticketing, and email marketing. It provides practical support to the … Continue reading

Arts Council Creative growth fund evaluation

Arts Council England has published an independent evaluation of their Creative Local Growth Fund programme, which worked across Local Enterprise Partnerships, arts organisations and other partners to support initiatives designed to help culture contribute to local economic growth. Nine projects and 31 partners across the country were supported through the fund. The evaluation report highlights … Continue reading