2.1 We have invoiced for ALL nights (I have evidence of all of the invoices sent). Phil requested invoices on a weekly basis.
2.2 We were told to raise the percentage from 8% to 10% so the VAT could be deducted, as instructed by Phil and his ops manager. We have never said that we are VAT registered.
3.1 We notified Phil of all TMS events that were running on a Thursday night, when we knew. There is of no relevance to this contract of the actions made against Darren Suckling, I personally have been able to advertise to Tech Music School students, as I am currently studying there.
We have not breached the contract as you suggest whereas Brogans clearly has, which we have evidence to prove.
It seems strange that Brogans has continued to run this event directly with the band seeing as the event was so unprofitable, and we weren’t paid a particularly high fee, especially considering that we provided over £8,000 worth of equipment to be used for each event, which we set-up in advance of each night, as well as having Petulant Penguin staff present for the majority of events.
It seems clear to me that the reasoning’s behind our services being terminated were not as the venture was unprofitable, but simply as Phil saw a way of undercutting our services and work we had done in setting up and getting Brogans recognized by the student body of Tech Music School in order to see a higher profit for him.