Live biz united after Manchester attack

James Hanley

The UK live music business is coming to terms with last week’s horrific terrorist attack at Manchester Arena, which left 22 dead and over 100 others injured.

A suicide bomber carried out the attack outside the venue, just as fans were leaving Ariana Grande’s concert on May 22.

Artists, industry and public alike came together in a show of unity and sympathy for everyone affected, while Manchester Arena, which condemned the incident as a “senseless tragedy”, had yet to re-open ...

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