LONDON SONGWRITERS – BOOKING TERMS & CONDITIONS
In making a booking for a London Songwriters retreat you agree to the following terms and conditions:
Your booking is not definite until confirmed by us by email and is transferable only at our discretion.
Generally, full course fees are payable at the time of booking. If payment by instalment is agreed the full balance is due six weeks before the start of the retreat and all instalments are non-refundable unless otherwise agreed.
If the full balance payment is not made on time, another booking may be taken in its place.
Cancellations are only accepted at our discretion up to eight weeks before the start of a retreat and a cancellation fee may be charged if a refund is agreed. Note that the accommodation for your booking has to be paid by us well in advance. A non-refundable deferment may be possible if the retreat is fully booked and a replacement attendee can be found. The booking is transferable only at our discretion.
You will be asked to reconfirm your attendance when requested to fill out a logistics questionnaire at least one month ahead of a retreat and we reserve the right to take another booking in your place if we do not hear from you.
You are advised to have appropriate travel insurance in place.
We are not responsible for any loss or damage beyond our control and you are responsible for any damage you cause to any retreat venue property.
The core ethos of retreats is built around collaborative creativity, as are all London Songwriters workshops. Tolerance and respect for other’s creative work is essential and a willingness to engage in the teamwork required in a lot of today’s music industry is essential. There is an initial assumption that all songs created collaboratively are shared equally amongst the co-writers.
Force Majeure: Neither party shall be liable to the other as a result of any failure of, or delay in the performance of, its obligations … for the period that such failure of delay is due to: Acts of God or any other cause beyond London Songwriters reasonable control.