April 2003

Live Concert Industry

Undercover licensing officers for Westminster Council in London have investigated and now succesfully prosecuted the Pathfinder Pubs, owner of the Pitcher & Piano chain of bars, for allowing customers to dance at bars which did not hold a public entertainment licence. The bars argued that customers were simply ‘moving rhythmically’ to the music. Horseferry Road Magistrates Court fined the chain 00 and required the chain to apply for two public entertainment licences.These will cost the chain 00 and the two bars in question will need 000 of works between them to qualify for the licences.
See London Evening Standard 27 March 2003.

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