Live unamplified music deregulated on any premises between 8am–11pm.
Live amplified music deregulated between 8am–11pm provided the audience does not exceed 500.
Live music can become licensable in on-licensable premises if the licensing authority removes the effect of the deregulation following a licence review.
Recorded music deregulated between 8am–11pm in on licensed premises provided the audience does not exceed 500.
Unlike live music, deregulation of recorded music does not apply to workplaces.
Exempt from applying for live or recorded music between 8am–11pm on school premises provided that:
And, any entertainment provided by or on behalf of a school on their own school premises between 8am–11pm.
Exempt from applying for live or recorded music between 8am–11pm on hospital premises provided that:
And, any entertainment provided by or on behalf of a health care provider on their own hospital premises between 8am–11pm.
Exempt from applying for live or recorded music between 8am–11pm in a church hall, village hall, community hall, or other similar community premises that is not licensed to sell alcohol provided that:
A contest, exhibition or display of Greco-Roman wrestling, or freestyle wrestling deregulated between 8am–11pm, provided the audience does not exceed 1,000.
No licence required for not-for-profit film exhibition held in the community premises between 8am–11pm provided that:
the audience does not exceed 500, and
Any entertainment (excluding films and a boxing or wrestling entertainment) taking place at a travelling circus, provided:
it takes place within a moveable structure that accommodates the audience, and
that the travelling circus has not been located on the same site for more than 28 consecutive days.
From 6 April 2015 the following are still licensable:
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