joining us on the “Mr. & Mrs.” website and we hope you’ll
enjoy the stories, anecdotes, history and lots of other good things
connected with the show.
running on ITV1 in the UK
certainly come a long way from the tiny Border Television studio in
Much more of
that and a whole lot of laughs in the following sections, but on a
serious note, we’ve been asked to show you a notice which appeared in
the show business trade paper, “The Stage” and, while most of you
will have no plans to do a “Mr. & Mrs.” show, we have
discovered in the past that some of you might and we wouldn’t want you
to find yourselves in legal difficulties when an email, phone call or
letter could sort things out.
|Most of it only applies to companies or organizations looking to run a “Mr. & Mrs.” live show/cabaret or a series of shows/cabarets for profit, so if you are thinking of doing this you’ll need to obtain a licence from Derek Batey Enterprises Ltd. before you go any further. However, if you want to hold a “Mr. & Mrs.” evening or something similar for charity, then a letter or email to Derek Batey Enteprises Ltd., (via the link on this site), explaining what you would like to do should get you a prompt reply and permission to go ahead for your good cause. If you can include a few details of dates, times, number of shows and, most importantly, a short explanation of what form the evening/event will take and the charity supported, these will help to make it a very quick and easy process to grant permission.|
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