Laws regarding licensing can apply to a broad range of activities including (but not limited to):
- A performance of a Play
- An exhibition of a Film
- An indoor Sporting Event
- A Boxing or Wrestling Event (indoors or outdoors)
- A performance of live Music
- Any playing of recorded Music, unless incidental
- A performance of dance
Please contact us for advice on how to obtain appropriate Licenses for your Event. Dial 0207 183 0084 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I obtain a licence to provide entertainment?
Unless temporary entertainment is being provided or the entertainment or location is exempt under the LicensingÂ Act, it will be necessary to apply for a premises licence or club premises certificateÂ from the relevant licensing authority.
In order to apply for a premises licence, or club premises certificate an applicationÂ must be completed and be accompanied by, an operating schedule, a plan of theÂ premises and, if the application is for a premises licence which includes authorisationÂ for the supply of alcohol, a form of consent given by the individual whom theÂ applicant wishes to have specified in the premises licence as the premisesÂ supervisor. Â Â The applicant will be required to advertise his application and notify it to specified,Â expert bodies. There will also be a fee.