Piano Works praised by Best Bar None
Live music venue The Piano Works has been accredited by the Best Bar None scheme.
Live music venue The Piano Works has been accredited by the Best Bar None scheme, a government-backed initiative to help consumers identify well-run and safety conscious pubs, bars and clubs in London.
As part of the scheme, venues are assessed on venue management; staff training and care; customer safety and welfare; and customer services and contribution to the community. The Piano Works scored 96% when assessed and became one of the first businesses to be awarded accredited status.
"We are always pleased to be involved in any initiative that helps our guests to feel safe and welcome," says Tristan Moffat, operations director of The Piano Works (pictured centre right). "Our musicians and entire teams are trained in welfare and vulnerability engagement and we are delighted that our West End venue has been recognised and accredited by this excellent scheme. We will certainly encourage our friends in other venues in Soho to join."
London is thriving
This year’s results show that the central London has a record number of 23 assessed and accredited businesses, all scoring between 92% and 96% in the award’s accreditation, demonstrating the area’s reputation as a thriving and safe destination.
"This year we have had a record number of accredited businesses, which demonstrates the reputation of the West End as a thriving and safe destination," says Ros Morgan, chief executive of Heart of London Business Alliance. "As a representative of hundreds of businesses across the West End, we’re delighted to play our part in recognising and celebrating best practice across the hospitality sector."