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Message: Posted by: Harley Newman (Apr 20, 2008 09:06AM)
Here we go again...

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/in_depth/7357034.stm
Message: Posted by: gsidhe (Apr 21, 2008 08:24AM)
Thanks for posting that Harley.
Once again-
If you are performing with fire indoors- ANY fire indoors, get the local fire authorities involed. Have the building checked out for safety.
Make sure there is fire supression, that there are recently inspected fire extinguishers available (I carry my own) and that the exit doors are clearly marked and accessable.
If it isn't completely 100% safe don't perform there.
Do not be the one responsible for something like this.
Gwyd