Lecturer takes action to make live events more accessible and environmentally friendly

A University of Gloucestershire lecturer is paving the way to making live events more accessible and environmentally friendly after playing a central role in the production of a sophisticated but easy-to-use industry-leading toolkit.

Andrew Lansley, Senior Lecturer in Music Business within the University’s School of Creative Industries, designed the Donut Assessment Tool for Events (DATE) after collaborating with a range of partners, including Cheltenham Borough Council and leading arts charity Cheltenham Festivals.

DATE provides event organisers, including local authorities, with an accessible and free-to-use solution to understanding their commitment and practices in key areas around accessibility and sustainability impact. You can read more about this story on the University website.

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