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Rule 9.22 Creative Activities for Public Performance

a. All forms of creative activities intended for public performance must have the approval of the relevant Commissioner, or their designate. Public performance is defined in the relevant toolkit (Staged Performances or Musical Performances).

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c. Scout and Guide joint activities must be approved by both the relevant Scout and Girlguiding Commissioners.

d. All guidance and assessment criteria as laid down in the relevant toolkit must be met.

e. All staged and musical performances wishing to perform publically must undertake an assessment when any of the following apply:

f. Musical performances assessment is granted for a maximum of three years.

g. Staged performances assessment is granted for a maximum of five years.

h. The relevant Commissioner, or their designate, can issue an exemption from the assessment to one-off performances. All other guidelines set out in the toolkits must still be followed.


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