"We've had a lot of success this year": Music Venue Trust CEO Mark Davyd hails charity's track record

James Hanley

Music Venue Trust chief Mark Davyd has credited the charity’s response team for halting the closure of small venues in the UK.

The MVT, which staged the fourth annual Venues Day at Ministry Of Sound in London last week, was formed in 2014 to help safeguard the future of the grassroots network after it was hit by a string of closures.

Davyd said that out of the 40 threatened venue closures in which the Trust had intervened so far this ...

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