London, UK - 23 january 2018
Theme: Music as Placemaking
This will be the first of our new 2018 series of 'mini' Sound Development conferences which will be taking place all over the UK.
In 2019, the Mayor of London is implementing the most pro-culture London Plan in history. Over 15 music venues are in development across the capital. Many local authorities, including Newham have implemented night time economy strategies into local plans. Yet, this is only the beginning. Some believe that there is still a disconnect between the planning sector and music, creatives and culture. How do we measure viability? What is placemaking's role? In support of Crisis, join us to learn about two examples of game changing music development in London — The Rattle and Tileyard Studios — and a debate about the future of music, culture, night time economy and development in London and what we can learn from each other — across sector — to continue to make London the best place to live in the world.
Date: Tuesday 23rd January 2018
Time: 6.00pm – 9.00pm
6pm - Arrive
6.30pm - Introduction
6.45pm - Presentation 1 - Tileyard Studios
7.05pm - Presentation 2 - The Rattle
7.25pm - Break
7.45pm - Panel Discussion - How music and culture are changing how we approach mixed use development
8.25pm - Drinks
9.00pm - End
Location: The Nursery Theatre Broadgate, 2 Finsbury Ave, London EC2M 2PA
We've limited this event to 50 places.
Tickets are available on a 'pay what you want' basis, and all ticket revenue will be given to charity.
The event charity is Crisis, read more about them here.
For all queries please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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