When lockdown began in March huge numbers of arts and cultural venues across the UK were forced to close their doors.
With live audiences missing, some venues sought new ways to connect with people. Liverpool's Cavern Club, famous for launching numerous bands including The Beatles, was able to let the music play on.
A government grant allocated in October has enabled the venue to pay its regular musicians to stream music live for 10 hours a day until well into next year.
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