Gazza’s stepdaughter Bianca is the manager of Gaslight club

Gazza’s stepdaughter Bianca is the manager of Gaslight club

 The 28-year-old beauty is looking after the performers at The Gaslight Club and manages 20 staff as well as the strippers, according to The Sun on Sunday newspaper. 

She told the publication: “It is a fantastic opportunity. This is a career for me.”

Local authority stages a spectacular burlesque night 

The Tamworth Assembly Rooms which has previously hosted such acts as The Beatles, the Rolling Stones in its 125 history is hosting a burlesque night on 7th February 2015.

 Scottish burlesque princess Missy Malone and her sensational friends will present The Missy Malone & Friends Burlesque Revue a glorious theatre show, widely regarded as the best of its kind currently touring the UK.

You can book tickets here: 

The assembly rooms are owned by the local authority Tamworth Borough. Here we have a refreshing example of a local authority who isn’t part of the anti-brigade. There was previously a strip bar but there but it closed down due to financial mis-management rather than to council’s licence rejection.

Licencing call over Scotland’s lap-dancing clubs

Sex work experts have advised that strip clubs should be subjected to statutory national restrictions to prevent light-touch councils giving public entertainment licenses to brothels or opening adult entertainment venues near schools.

National guidelines should be set on licensing fees – which range from £300 to £26,000 down south – and the amount of skin permitted on show, he told Holyrood’s Local Government Committee.


Scotland’s new Licensing (Scotland) Bill should also include specific restrictions on licensing premises used for prostitution or fornication, to prevent liberal councils handing public entertainment licenses to brothels, he said.

National guidelines were backed by violence against women campaign Zero Tolerance, which attacked sexual advertising near schools in areas such as Edinburgh’s “Pubic Triangle” which persists despite repeated complaints to the council.

But the strip clubs’ trade association warned against central government imposing a “draconian regime” on councils, arguing that the ban on religious comedy Life Of Brian in Glasgow or the ban on cult French porn movie Emmanuelle in some rural cinemas demonstrates the diverse moral sensibilities in Scotland’s communities which should be respected.

Prof Hubbard said: “I think the introduction of the Police And Crime Act 2009 in the UK was by and large farcical in terms of the way it was allowed to proceed.

The renewal of Spearmint Rhino’s SEV Licence has been discussed by Camden Council’s SEV Licensing Subcommittee on Thursday the 29th of January. The decision is yet to be announced.

An Excellent article called The Damaging Myths of the UK Sex Industry was published by Frankie Mullin regarding the state of SEV legislation in England and Wales, and the prospect of similar new legislation in Scotland:

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