Arenas' chief praises 'resilient nation' after attack

James Hanley

The chairman of the National Arenas Association (NAA) has expressed his “sympathy and empathy” for his Manchester counterparts following last month’s terror attack.

Martin Ingham, who is also CEO of Nottingham’s Motorpoint Arena, said he had been in contact with staff at Manchester Arena since the atrocity. The venue had yet to reopen as Music Week went to press.

The SMG Europe-operated Manchester venue is one of 22 members of the NAA, which meets formally three times a year and ...

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