Carlos M. Cunha, the actor who plays the priest in the TV series “Festa é Festa”, has closed down his bar, following an inspection visit after filing a complaint.
Actor Carlos M.Cunha announced that he has closed down his “Drop” bar, after an inspection visit following a complaint. The priest of the TV series “Festa é Festa” explained that the complaint is about the presence of live music.
“Drop is a great nightlife space worthy of the city it is located in. Since the opening, there has been no quarrel or problems inside or outside the space that justify the presence of the security authorities. (…) Despite all these facts, there is always someone who wants to do us more harm, prevent us from working and let us work‘, with reference Carlos M.
“In addition to all of this, we have a state that creates deep confusion by promoting conflicting laws that are not in line with the reality of agents in the restaurant business and the like. How can it be justified that the bar does not have live music and the disco can open with tables and chairs in the dance floor space and with DJs? Is Bars can work if they already have DJs?With DJ and MC?With DJ and SAX?What is the logic of all this?He stressed that this is a blatant attack on musicians who play in bars.
Finally, Carlos M. Cunha says “none of this makes sense” and that for now he will “close the doors,” but once the rules change and “dignity and respect for us and all people” appear, the doors will reopen. “From August 1 and as long as this legal meander is in place, we will keep our doors closed.”, Been completed.
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