Comment on Skegness SEAS Festival Finale Event Complaint to East Lindsey District Council by David Law.

All my wife wanted was a sincere apology and you can’t even organise that correctly.

The programme for the evening did contain a warning that some of the performances may not be suitable for young people but with hind sight we should have changed the running order.

I’m glad you agree it was a mistake to have adult content at such an early stage of the SEAS Festival finale.

Where was this warning you refer to?

It was not in any of the SEAS literature we had access to.

The staff at the Skegness Tourist Information Center were specifically asked by my wife if it was suitable for children and they thought it was and gave my wife two tickets.

The two members of Embassy Theater staff my wife spoke to (one of which has an important role within the theater: management level) was unaware of the program of events at 7:15 pm to 7:30 pm on the night of the SEAS Festival finale.

Chris Torch the artistic director – Intercult and SEAS International didn’t know the planned program for the SEAS Finale (see his response below).

So please point me to the warning you refer to as a defence against subjecting my and many other peoples children to adult content at 7:00 pm to 7:30 pm at night at a family event?

David