Night-time economy: when will the music play?

19th February 2021

 

Those operating businesses in the night-time economy sector have arguably felt the sharpest and most destructive impact from the global pandemic. And despite the recent launch of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) in December, there have been claims the sector has seen little to no support from the government in response to the virus.

Watch our on-demand recording from Friday 19 February, where our panel of experts, chaired by BBC and Newsnight journalist, Faarea Masud discuss what is now needed to keep our bars, clubs, venues and its supply chain alive and what those businesses can do to weather what is predicted to be a difficult future.



Faarea Masud
a journalist for the BBC and Newsnight – will chair a panel including:


Michael Kill
CEO of the Night Time Industries Association


Sacha Lord
co-creator of the Parklife festival and The Warehouse Project and Night Time Economy Adviser for Greater Manchester


Ranjit Mathrani
Chairman and co-owner of MW Eat, a business that owns a series of Indian restaurants across London


Jeremy Woodside
a managing director in our restructuring and insolvency team.


We'll be there