Playing recorded music or showing films/DVDs will require additional licences
If you have music playing in your premises, music DVDs or indeed you wish to show a film then the following licences may be required:
Under UK copyright law, a venue wishing to play a film in public will generally require the consent (licence) of the copyright owner before doing so. If you are playing films outside your home, you will need to obtain a licence to do so. You must ensure you are showing your films within the law and are screening films legitimately. Visit Filmbank for your licence requirements
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