December 21, 2020

Christmas Opening Times 2020

Christmas Card

The office is now closed and re-opens on Monday 4th January 2021.

From all at Midnight Mango, we’d like to wish you a Merry Christmas & Happy New Year.

November 17, 2020

Introducing Thomas Gabriel

Thomas Gabriel

Pleased to announce that we are booking for Thomas Gabriel.

Thomas Gabriel, eldest grandson of Johnny Cash, is looking to the future while also honouring the Cash family history. Undoubtedly influenced by his iconic grandfather, Thomas seamlessly blends Country, Americana and Rock to create his personal sound and thus, is carving his very own path.

November 11, 2020

Introducing Bailey Tomkinson

Bailey Tomkinson

Pleased to announce that we are booking for Bailey Tomkinson.

Hailing from St Ives, Cornwall, Bailey Tomkinson is part of the new wave of British Country influenced artists. Bailey’s mix of pop-country hooks and relatable emotional storytelling has earned her comparisons with “an early Taylor Swift and Emmylou Harris”.

Building a strong reputation on the live music scene, Bailey is capable of stripped down acoustic sets as well as high energy performances with her band.

October 12, 2020

Culture Recovery Fund Grant Application Approved

Culture Recovery Fund - Here for Culture

Pleased to announce that our Culture Recovery Fund grant application has been approved. To say we are relieved is an understatement. Now we can start to rebuild.

September 30, 2020

#WeMakeEvents Global Action Day

We stand it solidarity with the #WeMakeEvents Global Action Day.

The #WeMakeEvents campaign is calling on the UK Government to give the events industry more support amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

August 11, 2020


We Make Events Logo

We stand in solidarity with the #WeMakeEvents campaign. The event industry is now at Red Alert.

Our industry includes a huge supply chain ranging from production, audio, lighting and video, to logistics, planning, transportation, and some of the world’s leading technology manufacturers. All of whom have had no work for the past four months with little likelihood of restarting any time soon.

Without additional support, the UK is in danger of losing its global position as a world leader in world class events. Moreover, all of our incredible creatives and technicians could lose their livelihoods for good.

August 4, 2020

#LetTheMusicPlay Part 2

Let The Music Play - Part 2

Earlier in July you may have seen then #LetTheMusicPlay campaign, which highlighted to the government that the live music industry is in serious trouble. The campaign helped influence the Culture package that was announced just days later.

However, the live music industry goes much further than just venues, festivals and artists. We need the Government to realise the true size and scale of the jobs and companies that make up the complex ecosystem that supports live music.

July 2, 2020


Let The Music Play

Midnight Mango are joining the #LetTheMusicPlay campaign today to be heard. We need for the Government to acknowledge that the live music industry is in serious trouble.

Like every part of the entertainment industry, live music has been proud to play our part in the national effort to reduce the spread of Coronavirus and keep people safe. But, with no end to social distancing in sight or financial support from government yet agreed, the future for concerts and festivals and the hundreds of thousands of people who work in them looks bleak.

June 11, 2020

Announcing New Platform Music At My House

Music At My House

Super pleased to announce a new platform called Music At My House.
We book one hour, acoustic performances right into the homes of REAL people in the REAL world!

March 2, 2020

Introducing Rory Butler

Rory Butler

Pleased to announce that we are now booking for Rory Butler.

Every acoustic singer-songwriter will claim they were born with music in their blood, but few were born with music in their basement. It’s unsurprising, then, that music became Rory’s world. But really, you need to be in the room to completely get it. It’s like watching a young Jackson Browne pouring out his heart and humour in a thick Scottish lilt while John Martyn and Nick Drake scatter woody, earthy chords around Beverley’s feet.

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