Man Sues, And Wins, Over Musical’s Lack Of Live Music

“Last week, Manchester County Court was the scene of an extraordinary victory. A man called Adrian Bradbury had taken his family to see a professional staging of The Wizard of Oz at the Lowry Theatre” and “felt that if you had paid to see what was billed as a ‘magical family musical’ you were entitled to expect live musicians. So he sued under the Trade Descriptions Act. And, astonishingly, he won.”