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Live Music: Licensed To Thrill?

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Prepare for a clash of opinions, with individual livelihoods and the future of the industry at stake.

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Prepare for a clash of opinions, with individual livelihoods and the future of the industry at stake. One of Risk Assessment Form 696’s most strident critics, UK Music CEO Feargal Sharkey is confirmed and is sure to question one of its key architects, Met Police Chief Inspector Adrian Studd. Kent Davis of the Rainbow Pub, Digbeth – a venue affected by a noise abatement order – will likely quiz LACORS Director of Policy, Mark Du Val on the implementation of the Act. Licensing Consultant Philip Doyle, Home Office and DCMS Select Committee Advisor on the Licensing Act 2003 and Noise Abatement Society MD, Lisa Lavia are among others confirmed.