The Tough Can Go Live

GO LIVE expresses gratitude beyond applause for the extraordinary sacrifices of Covid Heroes during the coronavirus pandemic by making a real difference in their lives with Heart Rock Live. The destination where we care for the carers for pushing themselves to the ragged edge to keep the health service running and everyone in the area safe and well during these most complex and challenging times.

Staff employed directly by the NHS are invited to share our events, experiences and activities with the family and friends. Their dedication has kept them apart. More than events, ours is a place designed for NHS staff to unwind outside of work in a loving circle, receive support with personal issues, discounts on food and drinks, plus admission to our live music gigs and fun family days happening every single week.

These events feature an eclectic selection of solo singers and live bands encompassing many mainstream genres, dance troupes, comedians, illusionists, and cabaret acts. In addition, our family fun days will feature tributes to global music superstars popular with children and youth, visits by characters from hit TV series and movies, and everything from pop up soda raves, to bouncy castles and crazy golf courses.

We extend free admission to our live music, DJ and karaoke nights to every hero on the critical worker list:

Health and social care

Doctors, nurses, midwives, paramedics, plus support and specialist staff in the health and social care sectors

Education and childcare

Nursery, teachers – including teaching assistants – and social workers

Public services

Post office and court system workers

The local and national government

Local council and national authority workers, including the payment of benefits

Utility workers

Oil, gas, electricity, water and sewerage workers, civil nuclear, telecommunications and bank workers

Public safety and national security

Police and support staff, MOD civilian staff, army and navy, fire and rescue, border security, prisons and probation


Flight, ferry, bus, and train passenger and haulage transport workers

Please help us inspire them to look forward and get them through their darkest hours.

"The welfare and well-being of the workforce, as well as the wider population, in the face of this pandemic is critical at this testing time."

Vaughan Gething

Welsh Minister For Health And Social Services

"They are first in line to go above and beyond to deal with this pandemic. Every day they tell us they have nothing left to give and they feel devalued."

Nicky Hughes
Royal College Of Nursing Associate Director