V. unfortunate | Festival confusion over Glee club

V. unfortunate

Festival confusion over Glee club

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The comedy tents at this weekend’s V Festival have been programmed by comedy club Glee – which has caused some confusion on site.

A backdrop to the stage spells out the name of the club, but Seann Walsh tweeted that when he arrived ‘the security of this tent thought I was part of Glee the musical. Wtf would they be doing at V.’

The confusion might help the comedy club in their legal fight against the Fox corporation over the Glee trademark. Last year, the Appeal Court upheld an ruling that Fox, which makes the high school musical show, had infringed the venues' trademark.

Walsh was at Hylands Park in Essex today and travels to the other site, Weston Park in Shropshire, tomorrow, 


Published: 19 Aug 2017

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