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News

14 Nov 2018

Half Price Member Tickets to Artist:Entrepreneur Day in Belfast

The Artist:Entrepreneur Day from the Featured Artists Coalition and CMU:DIY will be staged in Belfast on Sunday 18, in partnership with Help Musicians NI.

29 Oct 2018

Musicians' Union at Sound of Belfast

Annual conference ‘Sound of Belfast’ will see a huge variety of events hosted at venues across Belfast. The MU will be in attendance, hosting a networking event and a panel discussion on gigging and promoting your live act.

13 Jul 2018

Edinburgh Fringe Discounts for Musicians' Union Members

MU members have been offered discounted tickets for the following shows at the Edinburgh Fringe.

22 Jun 2018

The MU Encourages Scottish Members to Have Their Say About Youth Music Activity

Help build a picture of youth music activity in Scotland, and shape the future of music in Scotland, with this 5 - 15 minute survey.

05 Jun 2018

Members Urged to Sign Petition for Scottish Children’s Music Services

A petition to the Scottish Parliament is gathering signatures, calling for free lessons to be available to all Scottish state school students who wish to learn a musical instrument.

11 Apr 2018

May Day Marches throughout Scotland and Northern Ireland

The Musicians’ Union encourages Scottish and Northern Irish members to join the May Day marches which will be taking place in Dundee, Belfast, Edinburgh, Irvine and Glasgow.

16 Feb 2018

UK’s First Live Music Census Reveals Ongoing Threats to Small Venues

Small venues continue to face threats that could affect their long-term future, warns UK’s first Live Music Census.

16 Feb 2018

MU Celebrates Campaign Victory as Agent of Change to be Made Law in Scotland

The Musicians’ Union (MU) is celebrating the incorporation of the Agent of Change principle into Scottish Planning Policy.