Birmingham Live Music and Brexit: Report I

Patrycja Rozbicka, Craig Hamilton, Patricia Correa, Adam Behr, Luke John Davies

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Abstract

This document is the first in a series of reports produced through on-going, collaborative research being undertaken at
Aston University, Newcastle University and Birmingham City University. The research seeks to explore the ways in which
the live music ecology of Birmingham is constituted and how the sector is approaching challenges related to local,
national and international change. Specifically it will explore how those challenges are being managed at a local level, and
whether any coping strategies identified within the Birmingham live music sector could be applied to other urban areas.
This first report is based on a workshop held at Aston University on 7th May 2019, which gathered together a number of
stakeholders from the Birmingham live music sector to discuss and document perceived challenges, threats and
opportunities related to the UK government’s approach to Brexit negotiations.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages25
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2019

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Keywords

  • Brexit
  • live music
  • Birmingham (UK)

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