Saturday, September 10, 2016

Metal loving vicar wants to turn Camden church into live gig venue

From Metro UK-

A vicar who wants to make his mark on the ‘cultural map’ has applied for an alcohol licence to
establish a live music venue at his North London parish.

Father Tom Plant of St Michael’s Church has submitted plans to the Camden Council that would see the 19th century Camden church host gigs up to four nights a week, reports The Independent.

If approved, he said the conversion would include new staging and a lights and sound system suitable for up to 300 patrons, alongside licensing to permit a bar stocking local wines and beers, but not spirits.

‘It’s not a place to come and get drunk, but we’re not a church that shies away from alcohol,’ he said.

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