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December session in NW Leicestershire

Herga Kitty 19 Dec 04 - 11:20 AM
MuddleC 21 Dec 04 - 05:08 AM
MBSLynne 21 Dec 04 - 06:10 AM
MuddleC 21 Dec 04 - 06:19 AM
the lemonade lady 21 Dec 04 - 09:52 PM
Shanghaiceltic 21 Dec 04 - 11:42 PM
el_punkoid_nouveau 22 Dec 04 - 02:53 AM
MBSLynne 22 Dec 04 - 05:56 AM
MuddleC 22 Dec 04 - 01:45 PM
MuddleC 22 Dec 04 - 08:56 PM
AllisonA(Animaterra) 30 Dec 04 - 08:27 AM
Dick The Box 03 Jan 05 - 09:24 AM
MBSLynne 03 Jan 05 - 09:42 AM
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Subject: RE: December session in NW Leicestershire
From: Herga Kitty
Date: 19 Dec 04 - 11:20 AM

Well done Lynne and EPN!

You're a bit far away for me to make a weekday night session, and anyway I was on a day trip to Brussels for work on Thursday, but I'm glad you had a good time.

Love Kitty


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Subject: RE: December session in NW Leicestershire
From: MuddleC
Date: 21 Dec 04 - 05:08 AM

well Nancy, I writ wot I wrote an' so best stick me neck ahrt, else your Bill wi' set dog on't me, an' wiv mai bad laigs an' all , I got the screws terribl this winter , people not buying matches and even the lucky 'eather market has dropped orf (shame, I liked 'eather, she had a way with pingpong balls that put Eskimo Nell t'shame, lovely mover an' wot distance.... cud nock a tick orfofa flea's ear..)..
ere' Dodger gi' us back my ferchief, you littl' perisher.....
(fade in 'You got to pick a pocket or two', all cast exit downstage L., dancing..)

Happy festering this yuletide everybody, don't trip over the log;
Tim with a 'T', not 'Rob' with an 'R', cos Tim with an 'R' spells Rim

-who said Tob??.


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Subject: RE: December session in NW Leicestershire
From: MBSLynne
Date: 21 Dec 04 - 06:10 AM


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Subject: RE: December session in NW Leicestershire
From: MuddleC
Date: 21 Dec 04 - 06:19 AM

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Subject: RE: December session in NW Leicestershire
From: the lemonade lady
Date: 21 Dec 04 - 09:52 PM

Well done Lynn, sounds like I drew the short straw; I have flu. Bet you're glad I didn't come now!

Seriously if you're gonna have a folk club please, please, can Sally and the Shot Dogs come and show you how different we are? No money just entertainment. 8-)

Sal


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Subject: RE: December session in NW Leicestershire
From: Shanghaiceltic
Date: 21 Dec 04 - 11:42 PM

'Socially able!!!!' Moi! If I had had a few more pints of that bloody Old Rosie Cider I think it might have been a different story, might have found an alternative use for the bodhran!

It was a GREAT session and I was really happy to meet more catters and non catters. We are pretty deprived of sessions here in Shanghai so getting a chance to here other musicians made the trip over to the UK a real pleasure.

Thanks to Lynne and EPN for getting it going and to all those that came to the session.

I did wonder who the chap was in the shorts!

Next time I will not have a new scratchy bodhran with me buy one of my older ones which has a nicer softer sound.


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Subject: RE: December session in NW Leicestershire
From: el_punkoid_nouveau
Date: 22 Dec 04 - 02:53 AM

Welcome ome, Frank - we'll have to arrange something next time you're over!


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Subject: RE: December session in NW Leicestershire
From: MBSLynne
Date: 22 Dec 04 - 05:56 AM

Thanks Sal, it's such a pity you and Schantieman couldn't come, but at least it meant we could give Jacqui and Kendall a bed!

We would love to have Sally and the Shot Dogs at our folk club. Having heard you and Steve sing at Miskin, and in the Middle Bar (and I guess that was The Shot Dogs was it?) we would definitely be delighted.

So...now we have a years' worth of guests for the club, all we need is the venue and the audience! Working on it!!

Love Lynne


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Subject: RE: December session in NW Leicestershire
From: MuddleC
Date: 22 Dec 04 - 01:45 PM

Just been reading some other threads, and came across the Public Entertainment Licence requirement , which led me on to this quote from the Musicians Union site http://www.musiciansunion.org.uk/articles/latest_news.shtml

Once enacted, the Licensing Act 2003 will be published next week. This does not mean that the new law comes into immediate effect. It will probabably be 2005 before the present licensing regime finally lapses, and the 'two in a bar rule' will continue until then. It will probably be 5-6 months before new licences can be applied for. Then the old and new licensing regimes will operate in parallel during a Transition Period designed to allow time for local authorities to process the conversion of over 150,000 existing licences. Sources suggest 1st January 2004 will be the starting date for the Transition Period which is likely to last for at least a year. Only after the end of the Transition Period will the 'two in a bar' entertainment licensing exemption finally cease.
Premises licence applications will probably need to be submitted at least 28 days in advance to the local authority with the fee up front. Applicants wanting live music will have to 'tick the box' for this regulated entertainment. The application must include a plan of the premises and an 'operating schedule' setting out the licensable activities and the times during which they will be taking place. Live music applications may need to go into some detail since this could determine to a great extent whether subsequent local authority conditions are proportionate. Premises that do not seek live music authorisation initially will be able to apply to vary the licence at a later date. The cost of variation is likely to be the same as a full application.

Premises which do not hold a premises licence authorising live music can apply for a Temporary Event Notice, as can premises where live music is authorised but there is a wish to provide entertainment which is beyond the scope of the licence. The Government estimates the cost at £20. The application must be submitted simultaneously to the police and local authority at least 10 working days in advance of the event on 'a prescribed form'. Only the police have power to object and then only in relation to the crime and disorder objective.

A maximum of 12 Temporary Event Notices per year per premises will be allowed. Up to 499 persons may attend/participate in the event at any one time, and the event may last up to 96 hours. However, no more than a total of 15 days per year per premises of such events is allowed. Back-to-back Temporary Event Notices are prohibited - there must be a minimum of 24 hours between Temporary Event Notices.

All performers were potentially liable to criminal prosecution unless taking all reasonable precautions to ensure venues were licensed for their performance.


-----What the %%*$?
Is this Draconian system now in operation, and me without an ID card.......


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Subject: RE: December session in NW Leicestershire
From: MuddleC
Date: 22 Dec 04 - 08:56 PM

JEESE, I must have been in a trance this last year, just been reading other PEL threads and it seems that unless the right boxes are 'ticked' when first applying, then much grief and moolah is involved.-otherwise the thought police raid you!

If however, there is Morris Dancing involved, the event is exempt!
So first ten minutes will be a presentation on tying bells to the ankles, later on there will be synchronised hankie waving and at the end a quick hop,skip & jump on our way out!


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Subject: RE: December session in NW Leicestershire
From: AllisonA(Animaterra)
Date: 30 Dec 04 - 08:27 AM

Refresh as I do a little Secret Santa research....


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Subject: RE: December session in NW Leicestershire
From: Dick The Box
Date: 03 Jan 05 - 09:24 AM

Hi Lynne,
Just came across the thread during one of my very infrequent trawls through mudcat and am sorry to have missed the session. I presume that you e-mailed me about it at using an old address. We have moved from Measham and are now living in Ashby where I can be contacted on mail@richardashe.co.uk
Keep me posted.
Cheers and Happy New Year to you all.
PS I shall not forget the look of amazement on T-W Juniors' face at Sidmouth when he was hanging round the Arena stage door for autographs only to find one of his school teachers lurking inside. It's a small world! Now about that missing homework....


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Subject: RE: December session in NW Leicestershire
From: MBSLynne
Date: 03 Jan 05 - 09:42 AM

Richard! I'm sorry you missed it too...I didn't e-mail you 'cos i thought the e-mail addy I had wasn't current. I asked Steve Hartley to let you know, but, of course, you'd moved.

We're hoping to have another at the end of March...I will let you know the date.

Love Lynne


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