Greater Manchester narrowly avoided the closure of hospitality venues earlier this week following fierce opposition from local leaders and trade
For those working on the frontlines of the entertainment industry, the COVID-19 pandemic has meant no work and furloughed pay. The closure of these venues looks longer than originally thought, with the government now suggesting that bars, theatres, and other venues may not open fully for more months. This begs the question: what will the future of arts venues, and those who rely on them, look like?
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A multitude of stalls lined the grand setting, with a variety of different drinks on offer, including beer, cider, perry’s, fruit wine and even a gin bar.
As anyone who lives in or ever visited England will know, pubs are abundant.
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Mancunians could get be set to get their wines and ales cheaper for one day only as a campaign is asking pubs and restaurants to reduce VAT rates across the UK.
Earlier this month, they celebrated two years in the business – and in this short space of time, they have developed a core range of seven different ales
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