Who can use this Entertainer Hire Agreement?
This entertainer hire agreement is for use by a club or other organisation wanting to hire an entertainer are all, comedian or similar. The terms and conditions can also be used as a basis by an entertainer or their agent when dealing with the club.
What is this Entertainer Hire Agreement for?
The agreement contains a set of terms and conditions that apply between the club and the entertainer. There is also a short letter of engagement plus a schedule detailing the arrangements as well as the fees.
What are the main issues?
The practical issues dealing with the performance, timing, any equipment and accommodation as well as fees and payment details in a schedule attached to the letter agreement.
Under the Terms & Conditions, the agent has to make sure the entertainer complies with the contractual requirements which include arriving in good time and conducting themselves in an appropriate manner. The agent also has to ensure that any needs for special equipment are notified in good time.
The host organisation has to provide the agreed equipment and facilities as well as maintain relevant insurances. They also have to take reasonable measures to prohibit any recording which might breach the entertainer’s copyright.
The T&Cs contemplate that either party might want to cancel. So they specify the cancellation arrangements including timing of notices and payment implications.
What detailed terms does the contract contain?
The main points cover:
- definitions and interpretations
- the agent’s obligations
- the entertainer’s obligations
- the club’s obligations
- limit of liability
- payment of fee and expenses
- promotional information and photography
- force majeure
- governing law and disputes
- a general clause detailing assignment, waiver, third party rights and the scope of the agreement
The agreement is written from the point of view of the club.
You need this document if you are a club looking to hire an entertainer for an event at your premises, and want certainty about the terms of your agreement.
For more information on each of these sections, see our Explanatory Notes which you will receive when you download the document from our website.
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