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If you wish to show, demonstrate or perform a hypnotism act in public, you must have authorisation from the local authority in England and Wales.
You must comply with any conditions attached to an authorisation.
Copies of relevant legislation can be found on the legislation.gov.uk website.
An application for consent should be made in writing and signed by the applicant or his agent and shall normally be made not less than 28 days in advance of the performance concerned. The authority will normally respond within 7-14 days.
The applicant must at the same time forward a copy of the application to the Chief Officer of Police; and the authority may also copy it to the local Fire Authority if it considers this necessary.
The application shall contain the following:
There is no fee associated with this application.
To apply for a Hypnotism Authorisation please complete the appropriate form below.
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Tacit consent means that if we have not dealt with applications within the target period then the application can be deemed to have been granted/approved.
Please note that tacit consent does not apply in respect of this application. It is in the public interest that the authority must process your application before it can be granted. If you have not heard from the local authority within a reasonable period, please contact it. You can do this online if you applied through the UK Welcomes service or contact us.
Please contact us in the first instance.
We would always advise that in the event of a complaint the first contact is made with the trader by you, preferably in the form of a letter (with proof of delivery). If that has not worked, if you are located in the UK, visit our Consumer pages or Gov.uk for advice. From outside of the UK contact the UK European Consumer Centre.