Coping Well During Covid webinars

NHS wellbeing webinars return for a new series

 

The Drinks Trust’s Another Round Campaign

The reopening of pubs, bars and restaurants on 12th April and 17th May respectively is a lifeline for the licenced trade and drinks industries and cause for celebration.

 

The Lady of the House

The Lady of the House is a large-scale hardback book by Laila McKenzie and Ian ‘Snowy’ Snowball. The book contains beautiful images and interviews with women who have contributed, and continue to contribute, to making the house music scene.

 

Mental Wellbeing for Licensed Trade People

With the roadmap to re-opening now outlined by the Government, there is a light at the end of the tunnel for our hospitality sector.

 

NTIA Wins International Award for #SaveNightlife Campaign

NTIA has been presented the award for ‘Best Movement in Defense of Nightlife During the Pandemic’ at the 6th Golden Moon Awards hosted by the International Nightlife Association.

 

Support #LetUsDance Donate Today

Donate £25 or More and get an Exclusive #LetUsDance T-Shirt with your Donation

 

WHITE PAPER : THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF INFORMAL EVENTS 2030

Read More about the Importance of Events and Festivals to Communities across the UK - Its is more important than ever to recognise the value of this Sector during the current crisis!

ABOUT #SAVENIGHTLIFE

Supported by a cross-country network of DJs, artists, venues, promoters and industry figureheads, it raises awareness of electronic music culture, while also providing a supportive, inclusive and representative ecosystem for everyone who lives, works and plays within the industry.

In the post-Covid world, it’s more important than ever to ensure that electronic music and its myriad subcultures are recognised as art forms in their own right, each with boundless socioeconomic benefits. 

Join with us in enhancing the scene’s status, and in the creation and protection of diverse festivals, events, and after-dark landscapes – so vital to thriving, vibrant cities across the world.

SaveNightlife is a movement highlighting the social and cultural significance of nightlife and associated contemporary arts. A key pillar of the NTIA, it aims to secure recognition for the electronic music scene by elevating its voice   and substantiating its value, not just in terms of contribution to the economy, but also for its essential cultural output, both nationally and internationally. 

UPLOAD YOUR VISUAL PETITION TO SUPPORT SAVENIGHTLIFE

We are asking people who are involved within the night-time economy and creative sectors to take a picture or upload an original picture in support of the #SaveNightlife Campaign – this will serve as visual petition for the government to recognise the immediate support that the sector requires to survive this crisis and runs parallel to a political lobbying campaign which is being presented to the Chancellor and No. 10.

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THE IMPORTANCE OF DIVERSITY, INCLUSION AND MENTAL HEALTH

At the NTIA, we support the individuals and businesses that make up the nightlife industries, a role that’s been pushed to the fore in 2020 as Covid-19 has ripped through the core of the scene.

The Night Time Industries Association promotes the unique contribution of the night time industry to the UK.

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