The big news this month is that in the next three issues, after this one of course, we will be publishing special digital editions. These are being piloted to coincide with the showcase season and our continued efforts to cover the entire showcase season. The events we are actually covering can be found within this issue and the magazine coverage will be completely identical to last year, in terms of the cost and effort we put in. We have a review team and we will be keeping them busy. However, we are conscious that digital media will be our future and anyone who does not currently hold a magazine subscription can download a copy of the issue on October, November and December to their lap-top, i-phone, or android device. The fee will be £3.50 a download, which will be paid into our secure company pay-pal account.
It is still cheaper to take out an annual magazine subscription, which costs only £30 a year and we are delighted to report that the £30 fee will be frozen for 2018, as our list of print subscribers continues to grow. This works out at just £2.50 a month, which all bar the stingy or disinterested seem to agree is a real bargain.
Here at UK Cabaret we are keen to find a suitable writer to send in a monthly contribution on the subject of northern Clubland. This would not involve providing reviews of acts. Instead what we would like to cover is club news, club closures, special night and charity events. Opinions on the future of Clubland and what, in the writer’s view, would make Clubland better or worse would be particularly valued. Would you like to write for us on the holiday park entertainment, circus, gay cabaret or in fact any area of the entertainment industry that does not involve actors? Please get in touch. Give us a ring for an informal chat on 01924 890800 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Our growing band of magazine subscribers will of course continue to view such material first in their magazines, which they already help pay for with their £30 annual magazine subscription. However, we simply cannot maintain giving so much of our content away for free to readers who choose not to pay the mere £30 a year magazine subscription fee, which also includes a place in our business directories.