Pubs in England will be fined £1,000 if they play music too loud or customers get caught dancing

The punishment is part of a string of legal changes that were made by the government

#WeMakeEvents plan Newcastle to London ‘survival’ charity bike ride

Dig deep to help keep live music employees afloat

“You don’t need a crew on a virtual set”: how VFX is helping Hollywood cope with COVID restrictions

Limited crew numbers, travel bans and social-distancing rules are causing havoc on film sets

Musicians and crew warn government of bankruptcy and industry damage without urgent support

"Culture is one of our biggest exports and at the moment it just feels so abandoned. We can ride this out with government help, but without it we’ll be left in tatters"

Jim Parsons says he didn’t realise he had coronavirus

"For me, I didn’t realise how completely taste and smell could be gone"

Yeah Yeah Yeahs mark 20th anniversary with special ‘Maps’ performance in quarantine

"Let me tell you something Covid-19, you cannot break these chains of love!"

Kilimanjaro Live boss reveals target date for the return of full-capacity gigs in the UK

Stuart Galbraith warned, however, that a return to normality can't be achieved "until the virus is perceived across society to be contained"

#WeMakeEvents: Events industry to join forces for Global Day of Action this week

They aim to alert governments to the financial ruin faced by events workers