No, the title of this item doesn’t make sense. But it’s a direct quote from the licensing notice that appeared in Camberley’s Mall recently.
Rather unhelpfully, the text of the notice doesn’t say very clearly what the licence application is for. The obvious assumption is that it’s for the supply of alcohol, but it’s actually for permission to hold the following entertainment: ‘plays, films, indoor sporting events, live music, recorded music and performances of dance’. (The table of start/finish times shown in the notice does mention entertainment, but that’s not the best way of communicating the information.)
Which raises an obvious question. Some of these entertainment activities have been carried out on The Mall premises for years. Were they unlicensed – and should they have been licensed?