Proposed licensing legislation causes anxiety

The way in which live music events are licensed could be revolutionised in the next few months with a number of legislative developments set to shake up the way gigs are organised.

The Department for Culture Media and Sport is preparing to launch a consultation document to seek comment on radical licensing legislation which would mean that only large scale events would need to obtain an entertainment licence.

But while the Government has indicated it wants to cut bureaucracy to ...

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