Terms & Conditions

Website Terms of Use

Welcome to the Female Wedding Singer website.

If you continue to browse and use this website you are agreeing to comply with and be bound by the following terms and conditions of use, which together with our Privacy Policy govern Janice Lacey’s (Female Wedding Singer) relationship with you in relation to this website. The name ‘Janice Lacey’, ‘Female Wedding Singer’, or the terms ‘us’ or ‘we’ refers to the owner of the website. The term ‘you’ refers to the user or viewer of our website.

The use of this website is subject to the following terms of use:

  • The content of the pages of this website is for your general information and use only. It is subject to change without notice.
  • Neither we nor any third parties provide any warranty or guarantee as to the accuracy, timeliness, performance, completeness or suitability of the information and materials found or offered on this website for any particular purpose. You acknowledge that such information and materials may contain inaccuracies or errors and we expressly exclude liability for any such inaccuracies or errors to the fullest extent permitted by law.
  • Your use of any information or materials on this website is entirely at your own risk, for which we shall not be liable. It shall be your own responsibility to ensure that any products, services or information available through this website meet your specific requirements.
  • This website contains material which is owned by or licensed to us. This material includes, but is not limited to, the design, layout, look, appearance, graphics, text content and images. Reproduction is prohibited other than in accordance with the copyright notice, which forms part of these terms and conditions.
  • All trademarks reproduced in this website, which are not the property of, or licensed to the operator, are acknowledged on the website.
  • Unauthorised use of this website may give rise to a claim for damages and/or be a criminal offence.
  • From time to time this website may also include links to other websites. These links are provided for your convenience to provide further information. They do not signify that we endorse the website(s). We have no responsibility for the content of the linked website(s).
  • You may not create a link to this website from another website or document without prior written consent from us.
  • Your use of this website and any dispute arising out of such use of the website is subject to the laws of England, Scotland and Wales.

Privacy Policy

Your privacy will be protected at all times and we will always act in full compliance with the current UK Data Protection Act. We only collect information about you if you complete our enquiry form email or telephone us. We only use this information to process your enquiry efficiently and provide the best possible service

We never:

  • Ask for more information than necessary or store it for longer than necessary
  • Disclose any of your personal details to any third party unless you have given us permission (Please note: we reserve the right to cooperate with law enforcement officials and have no legal liability for such disclosures)

We always:

  • Protect all your personal data from access by unauthorised parties
  • Provide you with full details of any data we store about you on request

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Performance Contract - DOWNLOAD

To download a copy of the Performance Contract and the accompanying Terms and Conditions, please click on the link below.

Performance Contract - Terms & Conditions

By contracting the services of Janice Lacey, Female Wedding Singer, you are required to read, understand and accept the following terms and conditions as part of the performance contract.

 

1.0    DEFINITIONS

All definitions refer to the content of the ‘Performance Contract’ schedule and the following Terms and Conditions document.

The agreement is made on the date shown in ‘Performance Contract’ between the ‘Client’ of the one part and ‘Janice Lacey – Female Wedding Singer’, hereinafter referred to as the ‘Artist’, of the other part.

The Client engages the Artist to provide entertainment services as outlined in the Performance Contract on the date specified, at the venue specified and at the fee(s) schedule specified.

2.0    GENERAL

The contents of the entire Terms & Conditions are subject to review and may change without notice.

These Terms & Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the law of England and the parties hereby submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.

The Client must ensure that they hold adequate insurance policies in respect of any engagement.

3.0    BOOKINGS

Before attempting to make a booking, please first confirm your wedding date availability and discuss your specific requirements with the Artist.

Once your wedding day entertainment requirements have been verbally agreed, a formal ‘Performance Contract’ setting out the details and arrangements of the booking will be sent to you in writing by e-mail.

3.1            Performance Contract

The ‘Performance Contract’ will outline the verbally agreed booking details and your specific requirements for your wedding day entertainment.

This document must be printed and read thoroughly, along with these Terms & Conditions, then signed and dated by you (the Client).

The original signed document must then be returned to the Artist by post to the address specified on the Performance Contract document, together with the agreed deposit amount within a maximum of 14 days.

Failure to return the fully completed Performance Contract and / or payment of the agreed deposit payment within 14 days may result in the date being lost to another Client.

3.2            Deposit

The deposit payment will normally be 20% of the total contracted service fee.

Payment of the deposit must be made by either enclosing a cheque when returning your completed Performance Contract, or by electronic bank transfer.

3.3            Booking Confirmation

IMPORTANT: Bookings will only be confirmed once the signed and dated contract has been returned by the Client, as well as cleared funds to the full value of the deposit being received.

All deposits paid are NON-REFUNDABLE, unless in the highly unlikely events outlined in section 4.2 of these terms and conditions.

The Client and the Artist agree that their written, verbal or electronic confirmation of the booking will confirm their acceptance of these terms and conditions.

3.4            Moving Wedding Date

If for any reason the wedding date is moved 6 months or more prior to the originally contracted date and the Artist is available on this revised date, there will be no charge and the Artist will re-arrange the booking at no extra cost. If the revised date is not available, then this will be considered a cancellation of the contract by the client – please refer to section 4.1 of these Terms & Conditions.

If for any reason the wedding date is moved 6 months or less prior to the originally contracted date and the Artist is available on this revised date, there will be an additional charge of £250.00 payable to contribute to the potential loss of earnings relating to the cancelled date and the new date. If the revised date is not available, then this will be considered a cancellation of the contract by the client and a charge of 50% of the total service fee (minus the deposit paid) will apply – please refer to section 4.1 of these Terms & Conditions.

3.5            Balance Payment

The remaining cleared balance payment is due no later than 2 weeks prior to your wedding date and must be made by either cheque or electronic bank transfer.

Payment of the final balance by cash or cheque payment on the day is strictly not acceptable.

4.0    CANCELLATION

4.1            Cancellation by the Client

Cancellation of the contract by the Client must be intimated in writing. If the Client wishes to cancel the services agreed in the Performance Contract, the Client agrees to inform the Artist immediately.

All booking / deposit fees are non-refundable.

The cancellation fee applicable will be determined by the notice period given for cancellation as follows:

  • Should the Client cancel 26 weeks or greater prior to the event, no cancellation fee will be incurred.
  • A 50% charge of the total service fee (minus the deposit paid) will apply for any cancellation within 26 to 6 weeks of the event.
  • 100% charge of the total service fee (minus the deposit paid) will apply if cancellation occurs within 6 weeks or less of the event.
4.2            Cancellation by the Artist

In the highly unlikely event that the Artist is unable to fulfil the engagement due to circumstances beyond reasonable control, including but not limited to, ‘Acts of God’, adverse weather, civil unrest, industrial action or war, the Artist will not be liable for providing refunds of any kind.

Furthermore, the Artist will be entitled to terminate this contract without any liability (other than a full refund to the client), if for any reason(s) the Artist is unable to arrive at the venue and/or is unable to perform, outside the reasonable control of the Artist, including but not limited to the following incidents:

  • Fire or theft of equipment / vehicle
  • Illness or injury resulting in the Artist being unable or not fit to perform
  • Breakdown of vehicle / accident
  • Severe / unavoidable travel delays
  • Other emergency

As the contracted supplier, the Artist will only be liable for a sum up to and not exceeding the contracted amount, in the unlikely event of a cancellation.

5.0    VENUE & SETUP

5.1            Permission & Licensing

The Client must ensure that the venue is willing to accommodate the chosen contracted services by the Artist and that the appropriate licenses are in place as required, specific to the contracted services and agreed performance times.

5.2            Setup Time & Access

The Artist will arrive at the venue at the agreed time, to set-up and sound-check the equipment.

It is important that the Artist is given direct access to the venue in which the performance is to be undertaken and that the distance to load the equipment into the venue is as short and direct as possible.

Once in the venue, the Artist will require a minimum of one hour with unrestricted access to set up and test the equipment, prior to the agreed start time and also a similar time allowance at the end of the night to set down.

5.3            Required Space

The Artist utilises high quality audio and lighting equipment relevant to the performance contract being undertaken.

For singing performances only, the Artist will require a space not less than 3 meters wide by 2 meters deep for equipment and to perform, with space available to position audio speakers to each side.

For full evening performances with DJ and lighting equipment, the Artist will require a space not less than 5 meters wide by 3 meters deep for equipment and to perform, with space available to position audio speakers to each side.

5.4            Power Supply

The Artist will require a minimum of 4 x 13amp wall sockets to ensure an adequate and safe power supply source for the sound and light equipment used during the performance.

5.5            Equipment Setup

Only the Artist or the dedicated sound and lighting technician may operate or move the equipment. The Artist cannot accept responsibility for damage to equipment, or injury to persons caused directly by third party intervention.

5.6            Sound Limiters & Volume

The adjustment of the volume and sound level of any equipment will be as the Client and or the Venue reasonably requires, should the Client and or the Venue request such an adjustment.

The Artist cannot guarantee the quality of the performance should the volume be reduced below the level of a normal reasonably acceptable volume for such a performance.

The Artist cannot be held responsible for non-performance or interrupted performance in circumstances where a sound limiter is set so low that live music performance is either severely hindered or not possible.

5.7            Changing Room

The Client will ensure that arrangements are made at the venue for a suitable changing room facility to be made available for the Artists sole, private and secure use.

6.0    PERFORMANCE

The Artist will provide a performance that is reflective of the Artist’s promotional materials and / or audio / video samples and as discussed and agreed in the Performance Contract.

The Artist will be polite and courteous with the Client, their guests and all venue staff and adhere to the Client’s reasonable requests.

Unless otherwise stated in the contract schedule, the Artist will provide all equipment necessary for the performance. The Artist will ensure the all such equipment used is in good working order and carries all necessary insurance and certification.

Where reasonably requested to do so by the Client and / or the Venue Staff, the Artist agrees to adjust the volume of the sound equipment as required.

At the time of agreeing to or signing the Performance Contract schedule, the Artist will not be under any contract to a third party which may prevent them from fulfilling the engagement.

Except with the express consent of the Client (or where the wearing of certain attire is deemed to be a necessary part of their act) the Artist will be suitably and tidily dressed during their performance.

The Client agrees that if the Artist is threatened, abused verbally or physically by anyone present at any time before, during or after a performance, then the Artist will be entitled not to perform or cease performance immediately, without penalty. All Fees will remain payable by the Client.

The finish time of the performance will not exceed that stated in the Performance Contract under any circumstances.

If a late finish exceeding 12:00 midnight is mutually agreed and detailed in the Performance Contract, it is the responsibility of the Client to ensure that the venue has a suitable license in place to allow the performance to continue to the time stated in the Performance Contract.

7.0    LIABILITY

The Client is fully responsible for any damage to equipment used by the Artist, caused as a result of any person and / or guest at your event.

8.0    FORCE MAJEURE

In the event that the Artist is unable to fulfil the contracted obligation due to circumstances beyond their reasonable control (including, but not limited to, “Acts of God”, adverse weather, civil unrest, industrial action or war) the Artist shall not be liable for refunds of any kind.

9.0    PHOTO / VIDEO

The Artist and reserves the right to take photographs and / or video recordings during any part of the performance, for self-publicity and promotional purposes.

Website Terms of Use

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PERFORMANCE CONTRACT

Contract Download

Definitions

General

Bookings

Cancellation

Venue & Setup

Performance

Liability

Force Majeure

Photography / Videography