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Supporting Bristol's Music & Mental Health - Panel Sessions

We'll be discussing the results of our recent survey.

Becca Frankland

Last updated: 27th Feb 2019

Working in the music industry isn’t easy. To discover more about the challenges Bristol’s music scene faces, Skiddle recently conducted a survey to explore what subjects came up. Join us as we bring together a panel of industry professionals to discuss the most prevalent topics; mental health in the music industry and the importance of independent venues .

Panel One - Bristol's Independent Venues

We explore the cyclical nature of Bristol’s ever evolving use of independent venues and spaces and the challenges presented to the artists, promoters and patrons that utilise them. 

Panel Two - Mental Health in the Music Industry:

Our research shows that over 80% of people working in music live with stress, anxiety and depression. Join us as we bring together a host of industry experts to discuss the challenges people face and how together, we can make life that bit easier.

Panelists include members from… 

- Crosstown Concerts

- Gotsome

- Association of Independent Promoters

- Thekla

- Help Musicians UK 

- Music Venue’s Trust

- Trinity 

- Dutchie

Limited free drinks will be available.

This event is part of Skiddle Spotlight: Sounds of Your City

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