Temptations seeks to renew its sex entertainment license
Plymouth’s only dance club has submitted a new application to renew its sex entertainment licence. Temptations T2 has submitted its annual application to continue operating.
The venue at 6-8 Union Street is based on the first and second floors of the premises. The venue requested to operate from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m., which did not change from the previous hours granted
The application is for the renewal of the sex establishment license. The app is to offer lap dances, pole dances, private dances, striptease and VIP dances.
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The site is licensed to operate as a place for sexual entertainment. This is defined as any premises “in which relevant entertainment is provided before a live audience for the financial gain of the organizer or performer”.
He adds that it must be “for the purpose of sexually stimulating any member of the public”. Relevant entertainment is considered lap dancing, pole dancing, table dancing, striptease, peep shows or live sex shows.
Under licensing rules, sexual entertainment licenses can only be granted for one year. If a license is granted, the holder may carry out the authorized activities on the premises for a period of one year.
The license must be renewed towards the end of this period if it is intended to continue to provide the activities. Plymouth City Council will determine the fate of the claim at a later date. The deadline for any public performance is July 4.
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