Since Covid, a late-night Renaissance has dawned on New York City. We caught up with the city’s night czar, as she rounds off her term, on how New Yorkers are fuelling post-pandemic recovery with fresh zeal.
Competitive socialising has seen significant growth as consumers embrace the opportunity to get active in the pub, but with recession now on the cards and a cost of living crisis, how will the sector be impacted?
More than 500 pubs have signed up to the World’s Biggest Pub Quiz, running from 9 to 15 May, with organiser PubAid confident this year’s event would hit an all-time high in pub participation, and money raised for charity.
Community, entertainment, and inclusivity must come first when running a successful LGBTQ+ venue reveal operators, with the rise in homophobic hate crimes over the pandemic stressing the need for safe spaces.
Demand for on-trade experiences has grown exponentially behind closed doors during the past year – with technology poised to add a new dimension to both physical and virtual occasions, according to Heineken.
Dating expert Karen Mooney explains that despite an uptick in Zoom dates and socially distanced walks, romantic on-trade outings will ‘definitely bounce back’ among those looking to shoot their post-Covid shot.
By Debbie Baisden, the Rayleigh Arms, Terling, Essex
To kick off a series looking back at a turbulent 12 months in the on-trade, Debbie Baisden, a multi-tasking, performing publican, explains how she is confronting Covid-19 challenges with hopes to continue both her careers in the arts and hospitality.
The coronavirus crisis has battered our sector, yet companies have remained resilient and strong, supporting their teams and customers. The Morning Advertiser (MA) aims to celebrate this with the launch of the Publican Awards.
The Night Time Industries Association’s (NTIA) CEO, Michael Kill, believes that the lack of a ‘robust financial package’ for the late night sector could threaten British venues’ position as some of the best on the planet.
While the existential crisis facing night clubs hasn’t occupied as many column inches as the plight of pubs, a number of sector stakeholders believe that lights out for late nights out would change not just the complexion of the hospitality sector, but...
Pubs, bars and music venues in Greater Manchester can now apply for additional Covid-19 funding after the region’s live gig platform, United We Stream, raised more than a quarter of a million pounds in its first month.
Greater Manchester’s night-time economy adviser Sacha Lord has unveiled livestream channel United We Stream to raise money for the city region’s night-time economy amid sector shutdown due to coronavirus.