RESERVING TABLES AND CHAIRS
We will do our best to accommodate persons with a genuine medical need with a seat at any gig. Whilst we accept your reservation please be aware that:-
By "reserving" it all
we do is place a "reserved" sign on the table, we do not stand over
that table until you arrive. People have been known to remove the
chairs from around a reserved table, turn the sign over at sit there
or just ignore it and sit at the table. In one case somebody took
the sign off it, folded it up and sat on it, and then denied it was
You should mention to the person
who takes the money from you on entry that you have asked for a
table as the list at the
door will show where your table has been saved.
You may move the sign reserving
your table to any other free table should you prefer a different
location, but you may NOT exchange it for another reserved table.
Please do NOT just sit anywhere, if you have asked for a table you
must occupy it, or at very least remove the sign from it allowing
others to use it.
You may be asked to share your
seating area with others, and your reserved seating extends ONLY to
those with a genuine medical need for a chair and NOT all your
IN THE REAL WORLD
If you have reserved a table
you are strongly advised to be early, and in the queue by 8.15.
Please be aware, if you reserve a table and do not turn up, unless you get in touch somehow within a few days of the gig and explain the circumstances as to why you could not attend we will not save a table for you again.
Please also be aware that if you ask for a table as you have a medical need and then we see you standing all night again we will not save you a table again.