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JimStorm 20 Jan 2004 10:05


Another way to go with this is to contact the Office of Fair Trading, and . Anyone providing a service, either sub-contracted or employed, deserves reasonable conditions and remuneration. Standing up on stage for an hour in addition to setting up and associated expenses is not exactly a benefit or gain for those involved, rather an entertainment feature for the venue's edification.

Needless to say you wont get the gig - but the follow-up inquiries might scare this tactic off for future bands.

I am dumbfounded that The Laundry gets away with this - I'm deifintely not going back there until their policy changes!
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