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16 Jan 2019

Members in Wales Encouraged to Take Part in Wales TUC Sexual Harassment Survey

While unions are in no doubt that sexual harassment in the workplace is a widespread problem, TUC Wales are seeking extra data to equip Trades Unions with the knowledge they need to stop this happening.

14 Jan 2019

Join the MU on the Save Gwdihw March

Musicians’ Union (MU) members are encouraged to join a march on Saturday, 19 January, to protect Cardiff grassroots music venue Gwdihw.

13 Dec 2018

Much-loved Cardiff Music Venue Gwdihŵ is to Close in January

The Musicians’ Union (MU) is calling on members to protect vital Cardiff music venue Gwdihŵ Café Bar by signing an urgent petition.

03 Dec 2018

Members Urged to Sign Petition for National Plan for Music Education in Wales

A petition to the National Assembly for Wales, highlighting some of the current issues in music education across Wales and calling for action, is gathering signatures.

07 Aug 2018

Discounted tickets at St George’s Bristol

St George’s is a vibrant Bristol concert venue that hosts classical, jazz, folk and world concerts, plus spoken word and family events.

20 Jul 2018

Businesses in South West England and Wales Offering Musicians’ Union Member Discounts

A number of business in South West England and Wales are now offering discounts to Musicians’ Union (MU) members, both in person and online.

03 Jul 2018

Musicians' Union Calls for Support to Strengthen Music Education Provision in Wales

The Musicians’ Union (MU) is calling on Welsh Government, Local Authorities, and other organisations in Wales to support and strengthen music education provision.

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.