Category Archives: PEL

A follow-up post from the plague pit

I had planned a massive follow-up post for April 2nd, covering all the many events I had been to and taken part in on the 1st. Alas, the best laid plans of mice and Jen… I reckoned without a bout

A follow-up post from the plague pit

I had planned a massive follow-up post for April 2nd, covering all the many events I had been to and taken part in on the 1st. Alas, the best laid plans of mice and Jen… I reckoned without a bout

It's all too complicated

Why We Need A Little April Foolery

With only days to go before April Foolery, I’ve had people asking me questions like this: But why do we need to do this? Haven’t Edinburgh Council already said they  won’t charge anyone? I can see why people would think

It's all too complicated

Why We Need A Little April Foolery

With only days to go before April Foolery, I’ve had people asking me questions like this: But why do we need to do this? Haven’t Edinburgh Council already said they  won’t charge anyone? I can see why people would think

Resting and saving himself to be right for the Jellicle moon and the Jellicle ball.

How To Participate In A Little April Foolery

First, think up an event! A Little April Foolery is about celebrating Scotland’s grassroots arts in all its many forms. The range of events taking place will extend as far as our imaginations allow. Events must be free to attend

Resting and saving himself to be right for the Jellicle moon and the Jellicle ball.

How To Participate In A Little April Foolery

First, think up an event! A Little April Foolery is about celebrating Scotland’s grassroots arts in all its many forms. The range of events taking place will extend as far as our imaginations allow. Events must be free to attend

How it Went in Glasgow

Scottish Local Authorities are threatening to impose a new regime from 1st April requiring all events, free or not, whether for 1 day or 1 year to be licensed.  Obtaining such a license can be expensive and can take weeks

How it Went in Glasgow

Scottish Local Authorities are threatening to impose a new regime from 1st April requiring all events, free or not, whether for 1 day or 1 year to be licensed.  Obtaining such a license can be expensive and can take weeks

Can’t Bear to Look?

There have been a good spread of articles regarding the new Public Entertainment Licenses to be required in Edinburgh, and it’s been pretty straightforward for people to express how they feel about it. It’s been well covered on the net,

Can’t Bear to Look?

There have been a good spread of articles regarding the new Public Entertainment Licenses to be required in Edinburgh, and it’s been pretty straightforward for people to express how they feel about it. It’s been well covered on the net,

Campaign Statement

Edinburgh Campaign Statement March 9th 2012 The Edinburgh Stop Public Entertainment Licence Changes Campaign welcomes the positive outcome of their deputation to CEC’s Regulatory Committee on March 9th 2012, at which the public gallery was standing room only. The Campaign

Campaign Statement

Edinburgh Campaign Statement March 9th 2012 The Edinburgh Stop Public Entertainment Licence Changes Campaign welcomes the positive outcome of their deputation to CEC’s Regulatory Committee on March 9th 2012, at which the public gallery was standing room only. The Campaign

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Stop PEL Changes in Edinburgh

The deputation from the Stop PEL Changes in Edinburgh campaign consisted of Neil Cooper and Morvern Cunningham.  Neil gave an impressive speech about the history of grassroots arts, drawing attention to the fact that such cultural icons as the Traverse grew

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Stop PEL Changes in Edinburgh

The deputation from the Stop PEL Changes in Edinburgh campaign consisted of Neil Cooper and Morvern Cunningham.  Neil gave an impressive speech about the history of grassroots arts, drawing attention to the fact that such cultural icons as the Traverse grew